research-article | 05-February-2021
-connectivity, where values of K vary across subgroups in the network (White and Harary, 2001). This conceptualization of social cohesion was the first where redundancy on behalf of information transmission was explicated as a key property.
The prime reason why cohesive groups exist is that their members can realize public goods. To test if more node-independent paths yield higher levels of cooperation for a public good, we compare two networks in an experiment (Chaudhuri, 2011; Camerer, 2003), one with low
Connections, Volume 41 , ISSUE 1, 1–6
Article | 06-July-2017
Within the framework of the Europe 2020 strategy smart growth is listed as one of the leading policy objectives aimed at improving the situation in education, digital society and research and innovation. The objective of this article is to evaluate the relationships between smart growth and economic and social cohesion factors. Aggregate measures were used to describe smart growth pillars. Here, social cohesion is described by the level of employment rate as one of the conditions essential to
Statistics in Transition New Series, Volume 17 , ISSUE 2, 249–264
Research Article | 25-October-2017
climate change. Using a case study of Adelaide, we present the results of a study on community gardens, concluding that they do offer the possibility of building community resilience and social cohesion as well as urban green space.
RACHEL A. ANKENY,
South Australian Geographical Journal, Volume 113 , 13–28