Journal title RIVISTA TRIMESTRALE DI SCIENZA DELL’AMMINISTRAZIONE
Author/s Cristina Mariti
Publishing Year 2009 Issue 2009/3 Language Italian
Pages 44 P. 29-72 File size 764 KB
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Family, work and social capital: morphogenesis and new paradigms - In Western societies family and work, the two focal subsystems governing individual and social groups’ daily life, are undergoing substantial and may be final adjustments. Family dimension is changing in its hierarchical structure, in kinship and ties, in emotional, reproductive and economic organisation and setting up new styles coexisting with traditional standard and gradually corroding its role and constitution. Work, on the other hand, is increasingly connoted by flexibility, mobility and precariousness and it appears as a strongly (may be irreversible) changing element of the social system; several are the social "aggregates" on which these adjustments are active: (self)confidence, planning skills, individual time allocation, emotional and familiar life organisation. The theory of social capital, considered as the knowledge in reciprocity held by an individual and used, together with intellectual and cultural heritage, in social mutual relations, is recently raising in social sciences. The purpose of the survey is to analyse the reciprocal interconnections and the refractive upshots of the process involving these three elements and the set up network.
Keywords: Family, Work, Social Capital.
Cristina Mariti, Famiglia, lavoro e capitale sociale: morfogenesi e nuovi paradigmi in "RIVISTA TRIMESTRALE DI SCIENZA DELL’AMMINISTRAZIONE" 3/2009, pp 29-72, DOI: 10.3280/SA2009-003002