Adding Up Social Capital and Estimating Participation. Frank Clearfield, Social Sciences Team Leader East NTSC, Greensboro, NC November 29, 2006. Outline. Adding up social capital Estimating participation. 1. Adding Up Social Capital. Definitions of Different Types of Capital.
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Frank Clearfield, Social Sciences Team Leader
East NTSC, Greensboro, NC
November 29, 2006
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An idea, practice or product that is perceived as new by the individual or group.
The behavior of an individual or group in deciding whether or not to accept new ideas, practices or products.
The process by which the adoption of a new idea, practice, or product spreads throughout a group, community or society.
Rogers & Shoemaker, 1971
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