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No one is an island. How we develop, from childhood to adulthood, is linked to our relations with our families and societies. Equally, the full range of our human capital - from the state of our health to the level of our learning - affects, and is affected by, our relations to wider society.
|Chapter 6 examines some broader issues connected with human capital, beginning with a look at the links to health. It then goes on to look at the possible links between human capital and social relationships, a subject that's producing some intriguing and at times controversial insights.|
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In recent years, the concept of social capital has attracted increasing interest among politicians and policy makers. To find out more, click here for an extract from "Human Capital".
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