Social Capital in Rural Ethiopia Agrarian Society

Alemayehu Derbe


Social capital has been focus of many researchers in recent years. Development of communities is a continuous process in order to sustain communities through utilizing their assets in a world that is increasingly becoming unpredictable and difficult in terms of togetherness and caring concerns for sustainability and productivity. Social capital in agriculture was reviewed from rural community perspectives and seen as a motivating and attaching force for the agrarian societies that benefits the agriculture. This review tries to capture some of the existing social capital and their contribution in rural Ethiopia agrarian societies.

Keywords: Social capital, sustainability and agrarian societies

DOI: 10.7176/DCS/9-6-03

Publication date:June 30th 2019

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