Social capital, generations and health in East London

Cattell, Vicky and Herring, Rachel ORCID logoORCID: (2002) Social capital, generations and health in East London. In: Social Capital for Health Insights from Qualitative Research. Swann, Catherine and Morgan, Anthony, eds. Health Development Agency, London, pp. 61-85. ISBN ISBN-10: 184279082X ISBN-13: 978-1842790823. [Book Section]

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This chapter explores relationships between social capital, health and age group drawing a a case study of a housing estate in Hackney, London. It does so by briefly introducing social capital theory, and discussing its utility for exploring processes involved in the relationship between social networks and health and wellbeing and in patterns of health inequalities. It draws upon earlier work involving studies in East London before going on to present the study funded by the Health Development Agency.

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Research Areas: A. > School of Health and Education > Mental Health, Social Work and Interprofessional Learning
Item ID: 15706
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