박희봉
 
 
   
 
 

 Login  Join
The Impact of Social Capital on the Group Value in Korea and Japan
hbpark  2009-03-06 10:05:23, Views : 974, Recommended : 279
- Download #1 : crea134(08_사회자본과집단가치).hwp (140.5 KB), Download : 154

Korean Policy Science Review, 12(4), (Dec., 2008) : 51-76.

The Impact of Social Capital on the Group Value in Korea and Japan

This study examines whether social capital affects collective values. Following Schwartz's value system theory, this study analyzes how the personal values, that is, conformity, openness to change, self-enhancement, self-transcendence are differentiated by social capital. Survey data are collected in Korea and Japan. This research finds that the collective values of a group are affected by the structure of human relationship. That is, closed and hierarchical social capital generated from informal relationship has a positive effect on the consciousness of the law conformity and self-transcendence. However, the hierarchical social capital has a negative effect on the consciousness of institutional conformity. Meanwhile, horizontal social capital generated from formal relationship has a positive effect on the consciousness of institutional conformity and post-material value. However, the horizontal social capital has a negative effect on the consciousness of law conformity and self-transcendence. It means that the affect of social capital to the collective values of a group depends on the structure of relationship among the members. Overall, this paper discusses research implications for further researches.





  Reply   Recommended   List   Write

Copyright 1999-2022 Zeroboard / skin by coolboy.xoin

 


 

 
처음으로 돌아가기..