Talk:Life Skills Development/Module Two/Maintaining Good Interpersonal Relationships in the Community - Citizenship

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maybe consider including some content on social capital...? "Social capital represents the degree of social cohesion which exists in communities. It refers to the processes between people which establish networks, norms, and social trust, and facilitate co-ordination and co- operation for mutual benefit." "Social capital is created from the myriad of everyday interactions between people, and is embodied in such structures as civic and religious groups, family membership, informal community networks, and in norms of voluntarism, altruism and trust. The stronger these networks and bonds, the more likely it is that members of a community will co-operate for mutual benefit. In this way social capital creates health, and may enhance the benefits of investments for health." these two definitions are found here:

Here is an interesting website for your reference:

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