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Soziales Kapital und kollektives Handeln: Eine sozialwissenschaftliche Perspektive auf soziales Kapital

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In dem Maße, in dem die Suche von Sozialwissenschaftlern nach den Ursachen wirtschaftlichen Wohlstands und demokratischer Ordnung auch im 21. Jahrhundert andauert, zieht der Begriff des „sozialen Kapitals“ immer mehr Aufmerksamkeit auf sich. Soziales Kapital wird dabei als Antwort auf eine breite Vielfalt von Fragen diskutiert. Zum Beispiel:
  • Wodurch entstanden die verschiedenen Industriestrukturen in den kapitalistischen Wirtschaften? (Fukuyama 1995)

  • Warum sind manche demokratische Regierungen erfolgreich und andere nicht? (Putnam 1993)

  • Warum versagt eine Mikropolitik so häufig, die sich auf den Aufbau der Infrastruktur konzentriert? (E. Ostrom 2000)

  • Wodurch lassen sich das Wiederaufleben der US-Wirtschaft im späten 20. Jahrhundert und die technologischen Innovationen erklären, die dieses Wiederaufleben gefördert haben? (Fountain 1997)

  • Warum nehmen mehr Jugendliche aus Ostberlin an Bewegungen von Rechtsextremen teil als aus Westberlin? (Hagan/Merkens/Boehnke 1995)

  • Auf welche Weise beeinflussen Merkmale des persönlichen Netzwerks eines Bürgers seine politische Partizipation? (Lake/Huckfeldt 1998)

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