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Reference: Tran Tuan, Trudy Harpham, Mary J. De Silva et al., (2005). Maternal social capital and child health in Vietnam. Young Lives (Project), DFID (University of Oxford).Citable link to this page:

 

Maternal social capital and child health in Vietnam. Series: Working papers

Abstract: In Vietnam there is growing concern about the potential social impact of rapid economic changes. The extent and type of social connectedness within communities, or social capital, may be changing. Studies from other developing countries have demonstrated that social capital is often independently associated with various indicators of well-being, including such aspects of human capital as health and education. Social capital can be thought of as the ‘value’ of social



Author: Tran Tuan - - - Trudy Harpham - - - Mary J. De Silva - - - Nguyen Thu Huong - - - Bill Tod - - - Pham Thi Lan - - - Tran Duc Thac

Source: https://ora.ox.ac.uk/objects/uuid:3660fe7d-22c2-44a3-b71d-7726412a8d23



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