Debbie Denise Reese

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Bandura's social cognitive construct " perceived self-efficacy " has been used widely to understand individual behavior as a function of domain-specific beliefs about personal capacities. Collective efficacy is the extension of the self-efficacy construct to organizations and groups; it refers to beliefs about collective capacities in specific domains. Our(More)
Communities with high levels of social capital are likely to have a higher quality of life than communities with low social capital This is due to the greater ability of such communities to organize and mobilize effectively for collective action because they have high levels of social trust, social networks, and well-established norms of mutuality (the(More)
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