Social capital in Spain: Are there gender inequalities?
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TitleSocial capital in Spain: Are there gender inequalities?
Muñoz-Goy, C. (2013). Social capital in Spain: Are there gender inequalities?. European Journal of Government and Economics, 2(1), 79-94. https://doi.org/10.17979/ejge.2013.2.1.4288
[Abstract] Social capital is an asset for individuals because it grants access to important resources embedded in their social networks. But social capital is not evenly distributed among different groups. Gender groups are analysed in this paper in order to examine if there are differences in diverse indicators of social capital and whether these possible differences remain when control variables are considered. The data used in this paper come from a representative sample of 3,400 people in Spain. The main results show gender differences in the access, mobilisation and type of social networks, as well as in the extent and type of social participation. However, these differences are mostly reduced for the groups in more advantageous social positions, which have the possibility to contact with greater and more varied groups, or which have been educated in less traditional gender roles. In general, gender inequalities in social capital remain for the other groups.
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