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Vast New Study Shows a Key to Reducing Poverty: More Friendships Between Rich and Poor | The New York Times
How colleges can level the playing field for social capital | Inside Higher Ed
The Strength of Weak Ties | Mark S. Granppovetter
The Strength of Weak Ties: A Network Theory Revisited | Mark S. Granovetter
Why Who You Know Matters More than Ever in the COVID-19 Job Market | Jobs for the Future
People Can Learn to Appreciate the Discomfort of Learning | Psychology Today
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Social Capital Builders
Social Capital Builders is an anchor for the growing social capital literacy movement in the United States. This organization helps businesses, organizations and individuals improve economic opportunities and equity through the powers of social capital literacy, analysis and development.
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CEW is an independent, nonprofit research and policy institute affiliated with the Georgetown McCourt School of Public Policy that studies the link between education, career qualifications, and workforce demands.
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Social Capital Research
Social Capital Research provides training, research and reporting, facilitation and presentation services in relation to social capital, particularly for organizations.
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