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Title: 教育、接觸和動員的社會資本與地位取得
Other Titles: Individual Education, Accessed and Mobilized Social Capital, and Status Attainment
Authors: 黃毅志
Yih-Jyh Hwang, Hui-Min Lin
Issue Date: Jun-2016
Publisher: 國立臺灣師範大學教育學系
Department of Education,National Taiwan Normal University
Abstract: 就臺灣民眾的地位取得而言,除了職業地位之外,公私部門與小老闆階級往往也很重要,這都會影響到收入。至於社會資本、教育所代表的人力資本對於職業地位、公私部門與小老闆階級,與進一步的收入究竟有何影響?社會資本與人力資本影響何者較大?則先前國內研究並沒作有系統的完整探討。本研究運用2004年進行調查的「社會資本的建構與效應」全國代表性大樣本資料(N=3281)做路徑分析,研究發現顯示,接觸的社會資本對地位取得變項大都有顯著的正影響,不過影響大都遠不如教育。而本人教育對收入的正向影響,看來比對接觸的社會資本與動員的社會資本整體影響還大。
Aside from occupational status, different work sectors and petty bourgeoisies have a substantial influence on income in terms of status attainment in Taiwan. What is the impact of social capital and human capital (education) on the occupational status, the public sectors and petty bourgeoisies, and then influence on income further? Which is more dominant, social capital or human capital to status attainment? There is no any systematic and complete research in Taiwan, so the author will explore the thesis. This research uses data from “Social Capital Construction and Effects Survey in 2004”, which was a national survey with 3281 samples, and conducts path analysis to answer the above questions. The results indicate that accessed social capital has many significant influences on the variables of status attainment, though its effect is not as strong as human capital’s impact on education. An individual’s education is likely to have a greater positive influence on income than the sum of all social capital, inclusive of accessed social capital and mobilized social capital.
Other Identifiers: 0A1ABBA4-7173-8EDC-D7B2-540FC125F890
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