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Social capital is taken to be a resource that is accessed through broad personal networks by means of which a person actively participates in the different social and economic spheres, in an atmosphere of trust and which can facilitate social and personal development, together with the economic development of a society.Specifically, in the survey conducted by Eustat, social capital is seen as a set of social participation and relationship dimensions, which include: friends and relatives social networks, trust in people and institutions, social participation and cooperation, information and communication, cohesion and social inclusion, and happiness and health.

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