A qqsocial resourceqq refers to anything that is transacted between two people. It encompasses both the tangible (such as money and material goods) and the intangible (such as love, respect, information, or services) that are provided or withheld in people's daily lives. The exchange and availability of social resources have a wide range of impacts on everything from health, to quality of life, to social status, to motivation. Understanding qqSocial Resource Theoryqq (qqSRTqq) is a key to both Social Psychology (both sociological and psychological), and Public Policy. The framework for the stuA aquot;aquot;social resourceaquot;aquot; refers to anything that is transacted between two people.
|Title||:||Handbook of Social Resource Theory|
|Author||:||Kjell Törnblom, Ali Kazemi|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2012-11-06|