Subject: trust | social capital | History of scholarship and learning. The humanities | Social sciences (General) | H1-99 | Fukuyama | AZ20-999 | capitalism | social capital, trust, capitalism | Putnam
The paper offers a critical analysis of the central concept around which the popular construct of social capital is organised, i.e. trust. To this end the views of Fukuyama, the leading exponent of the said concept are considered. As a result, the concept in question is... View more
Coleman, J. (1988), Social Capital in the Creation of Human Capital. American Journal of Sociology, 94 (suppl): S95-S120.
Costello, P. (2001): Answers politics just can't give. The Age, 11 May: 12.
Daanish, M. (2005): (Anti)Social Capital in the Production of an (Un)Civil Society in Pakistan. Geographical Review, 00167428, 95(3).
Daniel, B., Schwier, R. & McCalla, G. (2003), Social Capital in Virtual Learning Communities and Distributed Communities of Practice. Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology. 29(3) Fall.
Edwards, B. and Foley, M. (1997): Social Capital and the Political Economy of our Discontent. American Behavioural Scientist, 40(5): 669-678.
Edwards, B. and Foley, M. (1998): Civil Society and Social Capital Beyond Putnam. American Behavioural Scientist, 42(1): 124-139.
Edwards, M. (2004), Civil Society, Cambridge: Polity.
Field, J., T. Schuller, and S. Baron. (2000): Social Capital and Human Capital Revisited. Pp. 243- 264 in Social Capital: Critical Perspectives, edited by Tom Schuller. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Field, J., and L. Spence. (2000): Informal Learning and Social Capital, in ed. Frank Coffield The Importance of Informal Learning (Bristol: Polity Press): 22-32.
Fox, A. (1974): Beyond Contract: Work Power and Trust Relations. London: Faber and Faber.