Working in Communities: The Power of Social Capital
||Kansas State University
||3 credit hours - $580 per credit
||January 21, 2020 - May 08, 2020
This course will examine social capital beginning with its roots in education, economics, and political science. Different dimensions/types of social capital will be introduced (bridging, bonding, linking, indigenous) and their applications will be examined. Students will learn how social capital operates in a community, ways to identify social capital types, and the effects of different types of social capital on a community’s development potential.
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Foundations of Social Capital
Elinor Ostrom and T.K. Ahn
Publisher: Elgar Publishing: UK
Approximately 3-4 weeks before the first day of class at K-State, the K-State campus coordinator, Rachel Ohmes
, will email an instructional course access packet to students for courses taught by K-State. These instructions are also available on the Visiting Students
webpage at K-State. By following the course access instructions, students create their K-State eID and complete the K-State Course Access Form. Students meeting all deadlines for eID creation and submission will have access to Canvas by the first day of class.
This course does not require an exam proctor.
This course does not include synchronous components.