As we have seen in Chapter 2 Social Capitals writers addressed the social from within a narrow pallet of economic terminology and micro concerns. Moreover despite the wider goals which drove their investigation, the traits they sort to identify were, to a large extent, already present within the social. Thus Putnam, when he details his social capital programme at the conclusion of ‘Bowling Alone’ does so in micro terms urging for instance, factories and companies to be more community minded at a local level.
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