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  • pcc (xsd:string)
nlon:bibliography
  • Includes bibliographical references (xsd:string)
nlon:classificationNumberOfLC
  • HM771 (xsd:string)
nlon:classificationNumberOfNLK
  • 302.14 (xsd:string)
dc:creator
  • Brucker, Gene A (xsd:string)
  • Rotberg, Robert I (xsd:string)
nlon:datePublished
  • 2020-09-17T18:35:03 (xsd:dateTime)
nlon:ddc
  • 302/.14 (xsd:string)
dcterms:description
  • "Derived from articles published in two special issues of The journal of interdisciplinary history, XXIX (1999), 3 & 4"--Verso t.p (xsd:string)
nlon:editionOfDDC
  • 21 (xsd:string)
bibframe:extent
  • 24 cm (xsd:string)
  • 394 p (xsd:string)
  • ill., maps (xsd:string)
bibo:isbn
  • 0521780861 (xsd:string)
  • 0521785758 (pbk.) (xsd:string)
dcterms:issued
  • 2001 (xsd:string)
nlon:issuedYear
  • 2001 (xsd:string)
nlon:itemNumberOfLC
  • .P38 2000 (xsd:string)
nlon:itemNumberOfNLK
  • P316 (xsd:string)
rdfs:label
  • Patterns of social capital / edited by Robert I. Rotberg; contributors, Gene Brucker ... [et al.] (xsd:string)
bibo:lccn
  • 00059878 (xsd:string)
nlon:localHolding
  • WM335620 (xsd:string)
nlon:publicationPlace
  • Cambridge, UK (xsd:string)
  • New York (xsd:string)
dc:publisher
  • Cambridge University Press (xsd:string)
nlon:remainderOfTitle
  • stability and change in historical perspective (xsd:string)
owl:sameAs
rdfs:seeAlso
dcterms:subject
dc:subject
  • CAPITAL (xsd:string)
  • HISTORY (xsd:string)
  • INTERDISCIPLINARY (xsd:string)
  • PATTERNS (xsd:string)
  • SOCIAL (xsd:string)
  • STABILITY (xsd:string)
dcterms:tableOfContents
  • Civic traditions in premodern Italy / Gene Brucker -- The sources of civil society in Italy / Edward Muir -- Finding social capital: the French Revolution in Italy / Raymond Grew -- Social capital in the early Industrial Revolution / Leonard N. Rosenband -- The diversity of social capital in English communities, 1300-1640 (with a glance at modern Nigeria) / Marjorie K. McIntosh -- Social and cultural capital in colonial British America: a case study / Jack P. Greene -- The growth of voluntary associations in America, 1840-1940 / Gerald Gamm and Robert D. Putnam -- Civil society as democratic practice: North American cities during the nineteenth century / Mary P. Ryan -- Securing political returns to social capital: women's associations in the United States, 1880s-1920s / Elisabeth S. Clemens -- Second-generation civic America: education, citizenship, and the children of immigrants / Reed Ueda -- Human capital and social capital: the rise of secondary schooling in America, 1910-1940 / Claudia Goldin and Lawrence F. Katz -- From local to national political cultures: social capital and civic organization in the Great Plains / Myron P. Gutmann and Sara M. Pullum -- Civility, social capital, and civil society: three powerful concepts for explaining Asia / Lucian W. Pye (xsd:string)
dcterms:title
  • Patterns of social capital (xsd:string)
nlon:titleOfSeries
  • Studies in interdisciplinary history (xsd:string)
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nlon:typeOfData