Domain Social networks
Social networks help to anchor people's sense of belonging and create networks of trust and support. Social networks can be embodied or mediated, local or transnational, and lead to wider community and social wellbeing. Such networks have a reciprocal relationship to cultural participation - that is, these networks are produced through cultural participation but are also often necessary for participation to happen in the first place.
- Australian Bureau of Statistics, 1370.0.00.003 - Information Paper: Measures of Australia's Progress Proposed Statistical Indicators, 2013, 2013. Also available at http://www.abs.gov.au/AUSSTATS/abs@.nsf/DetailsPage/1370.0.00.0032013?OpenDocument. Details
- Department of Planning and Community Development, Indicators of Community Strength in Victoria: Framework and Evidence, State Government Victoria, Melbourne, 2011. Also available at http://www.dpcd.vic.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0007/142369/Indicators-of-community-strength-framework-and-evidence-final-July-2011.pdf. Details
Research Unit in Public Cultures
Created: 5 August 2016, Last modified: 20 July 2017