Social Capital and Development in Context: A Survey of El Salvador
An in-depth examination of some of the most significant relations between social capital and development in the Salvadoran context. I hypothesize that generalized social trust is a necessary form of positive social capital for development and that social capital in the form of criminal associations and destructive norms have a negative impact on development.
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Determinants of the Willingness to Endorse Assisted Suicide: A Survey of Physicians, Nurses, and Social Workers Portenoy, Russell K.; Coyle, Nessa; Kash, Kathryn M.; Brescia, Frank; Scanlon, Colleen; O'Hare, Daniel; Misbin, Robert I.; Holland, Jimmie; Foley, Kathleen M. (1997-05)The authors surveyed 1,137 physicians, nurses, and social workers (overall response = 48%) to characterize the willingness to endorse assisted suicide. Willingness to endorse varied among disciplines and was negatively correlated ...