Monitoring social capital within the population is an important way of measuring social connections and networks based on trust, mutual reciprocity, and norms of action. This sections reports on trust and safety, reciprocity and neighbourhood connection, and building harmonious communities.
|Source:||New South Wales Population Health Survey 2008 (HOIST). Centre for Epidemiology and Research, NSW Department of Health.|
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|Last updated on:||1 July 2009|