Reconsidering social capital under Covid 19: its relevance at family, household, and community level


Caroline ON Moser*

Social capital is commonly defined as the rules, norms, obligations, reciprocity, and trust embedded in social relations, social structures and the institutional arrangements that enable society’s members to achieve their individual and community objectives. It is embedded in micro-level social institutions at community and household level, as well as referring to the rules and regulations governing formalized institutions in the marketplace, the political system and civil society.

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