|Appears in Collections:||Faculty of Health Sciences and Sport Journal Articles|
|Peer Review Status:||Refereed|
|Title:||Associations between social capital and health status in an Australian population|
Kolt, Gregory S
Duncan, Mitch J
health related quality of life
physical and mental health
|Citation:||Caperchione C, Lauder W, Kolt GS, Duncan MJ & Mummery W (2008) Associations between social capital and health status in an Australian population, Psychology, Health and Medicine, 13 (4), pp. 471-482.|
|Abstract:||This study investigated the association between social capital and health related quality of life in a sample of Australian adults. Information was collected from a sample of adults in Queensland, Australia relating to health status, health related quality of life and related social determinants of health by computer-assisted-telephone-interview survey. Significant associations were observed between social capital and physical health when adjusting for selected demographic measures. No significant association was observed between social capital and mental health. The research produced equivocal results regarding the associations between social capital and the selected measures of health-related quality of life. Evidence is presented in support of the association between social capital and physical health status, whereas no associations were observed between mental health status and social capital. The role and relationship between health and social capital remains elusive. More work is required to clearly support social capital's role in physical and mental health and well-being.|
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