Towards an empirical characterization of bridging and bonding social capital
[Zur empirischen Charakterisierung von heterogenen (bridging) und homogenen (bonding) Arten des Sozialkapitals]
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KeywordsSocial capital; bridging and bonding; voluntary associations; membership heterogeneity; Flemish municipalities;
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