alexa Trust as a Social Capital in Beihagi History
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Trust as a Social Capital in Beihagi History

Parvaneh Adelzadeh1, Mohammad Pashayi2, Rasoul Kazemzade3, Masoud Dehghani 4, Fattaneh Semsar Khiabanian5, Kamran Pashayi Fakhri6
  1. Department of Persian literature, College of Persian Literature and Foreign Languages, Tabriz Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tabriz, Iran
  2. PH.D Student of Persian Literature, Azarbaijan Shahid Madani University
  3. PH.D student of Persian Literature, Tabriz University
  4. PH.D Student of Persian Literature of Azarbaijan Shahid Madani University
  5. Department of Persian Literature, College of Persian literature and Foreign Languages, Tabriz Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tabriz, Iran
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Social capital has been paid attention in sociology recently that defines the relationships among members of a group or society by observing the special norms and rules. Observing such regulations and considering social capital guilds man to achieve his personal and collective goals. Trust, integration, collaboration and participation, responsibility taking and loyalty are social capitals. Social capital is defined as unintentional capital that is does not have any personal owner that inherited by generation to next generation. This capital requires preservation and structuring due to its collective benefits. Beihagi narrates success and failure of Ghaznavid dynasty. This historical text reminds us that there were different kinds of capitals leading to culmination and inclination of a government. Beihagi identifies aspects of social capital and refers to the reasons for frequency or lack of these components.


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