Importance Of Social Connectedness

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Individual relationships and connections with others can be a source of enjoyment and support. They help people to feel they belong and have a part to play in society. People who feel socially connected contribute towards building communities and society. Social connectedness has been shown to be associated with good health, low crime, higher educational achievement, economic growth, and other positive benefits (Capon & Blakely, 2007). High levels of social connectedness are thought to promote better health and psychological wellbeing (Giordano & Lindstorm, 2010).
Social connectedness is important for development; individuals may feel supported and attain a sense of association and connectedness in the environment. But unfortunately most of the scales for
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