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New York : Aldine de Gruyter, 2001.
1 online zdroj (xii, \1 s.ges)
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ISBN 9781315129457 (e-book : PDF)
ISBN 9781351490528 (e-book: Mobi)
ISBN !9780202306445 (chyb.) (paperback)
ISBN !9781138532700 (chyb.) (hardback)
Sociology and economics
Tištěná verze : ISBN 9781138532700
part Part I. Social Capital: Networks and Embedded Resources -- chapter 1 Building a Network Theory of Social Capital Nan Lin -- chapter 2 Structural Holes versus Network Closure as Social Capital Ronald S. Burt -- chapter 3 The Position Generator: Measurement Techniques for Investigations of Social Capital Nan Lin, Yang-chih Fu, and Ray-May Hsung -- part Part II. Social Capital in the Labor Market -- chapter 4 How Much Is That Network Worth? Social Capital in Employee Referral Networks Roberto M. Fernandez and Emilio J. Castilla -- chapter 5 Interpersonal Ties, Social Capital, and Employer Staffing Practices Peter V. Marsden -- chapter 6 Good Networks and Good Jobs: The Value of Social Capital to Employers and Employees Bonnie H. Erickson -- chapter 7 Getting Started: Th eInfluence of Social Capital on the Start of the Occupational Career Henk Flap and Ed Boxman -- part Part III: Social Capital in Organizational, Community, and Institutional Settings -- chapter 8 Social Capital as Social Mechanisms and Collective Assets: The Example of Status Auctions among Colleagues Emmanuel Lazega and Phillipa E. Pattison -- chapter 9 Social Networks and Social Capital in Extreme Environments Jeanne S. Hurlbert, John J. Beggs, and Valerie A. Haines -- chapter 10 Network Capital in a Multilevel World: Getting Support from Personal Communities Barry Wellman and Kenneth Frank -- chapter 11 Guanxi Capital and Social Eating in Chinese Cities: Theoretical Models and Empirical Analyses Yanjie Bian -- chapter 12 Change and Stability in Social Network Resources: The Case of Hungary under Transformation Robert Angelusz and Robert Tardos.
001478171
(OCoLC)1004361944

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