Different disciplines emphasize different aspects of social capital. All agree that it is the social benefits that accompany membership in a social network. Important distinctions also address:
 The 3 key patterns of social capital:
bridging a gap in the network, bonding as a cohesive sub-group, and linking to outside resources
  • The 3 sources of social capital in relationships: talking (frequent communication), trusting, and thinking along the same lines (the 3 T’s)
  • The 3 core benefits of social capital:
    solidarity (norm adherence by other network members), information access, and influence in the network 
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