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This front matter section of the book Social Capital in Europe: Similarity of Countries and Diversity of People?: Multi-level analyses of the European Social Survey 2002 contains the table of contents. The book examines the differences in levels, causes and consequences of social capital between 22 European countries surveyed in the 2002 European Social Survey. At first glance, social capital differs strongly between countries. Yet the determinants of social capital differ strongly between European people as well. If one takes account of the latter, the former may no longer appear so large. The book asks whether this is indeed the case so that a similiarity of countries goes along with a diversity of people. To examine this, muliti-level analyses are used in each contribution.

Keywords:European Social Survey (ESS); social capital

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