السياق الإقتصادي والمالي للرفاهية: شرح متكامل لرأس المال الإجتماعي

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عبد القادر الأميــــر رفـــار

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يعود مفهوم رأس المال الاجتماعي إلى تعريف بورديو، الذي ركز على وجود "شبكة من العلاقات المؤسسية إلى حد ما ... والتي تزود كل فرد من أعضائها بدعم رأس المال الجماعي".


الغرض من هذه الورقة هو التحقق في تأثير رأس المال الاجتماعي على العلاقة بين الرفاهية المالية والاقتصادية والرضا عن الحياة بين الموظفين داخل المؤسسات. الهدف الرئيسي هو تحليل العلاقة بين الأبعاد المختلفة لرأس المال الاجتماعي والرفاهية المالية والاقتصادية الذاتية   حيث يناقش هذا المقال الإشكالية التالية: ما هو رأس المال الاجتماعي وكيف يؤثر على الرفاه المالي والاقتصادي؟ تعتمد الدراسة بشكل أساسي على البيانات الثانوية. للأدبيات المتعلقة بالموضوع من قواعد بيانات مختلفة حيث تم جمع مواقع الويب والمصادر الأخرى المتاحة. وللإجابة على أسئلة البحث تم إجراء مراجعة الأدبيات واختيار المقالات من قواعد البيانات العلمية مثل Emerald و Sage Premier و ScienceDirect و Springer Open و Google Scholar. بحثنا في الأدبيات ذات الصلة باستخدام كلمات رئيسية محددة، على سبيل المثال، "رأس المال الإجتماعي"، "الرفاهية الذاتية «، "الرضا عن الحياة"، حيث تم اختيار ثمانية وعشرون مقالًا علميًا باستخدام معايير الاستبعاد والإدراج.

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رفـــار ع. ا. ا. (2022). السياق الإقتصادي والمالي للرفاهية: شرح متكامل لرأس المال الإجتماعي . مجلة التمكين الاجتماعي, 4(1), 96-115. https://doi.org/10.34118/sej.v4i1.1979
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