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Prepublication Copy — Uncorrected Proofs Appendix D Social Capital, Civic Engagement, and Social Cohesion Content of U.S. Surveys As discussed in Chapter 4, a number government surveys include content related to social capital, civic engagement, and social cohesion. In that chapter, the panel recommends a systematic review of the content of, and overlap in, federal surveys in areas related to social capital measurement. The table below provides additional details to Table 4-1 in Chapter 4. D-1

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Prepublication Copy — Uncorrected Proofs Details of Social Capital, Civic Engagement, and Social Cohesion Content of Major U.S. Surveys Questionnaire Content Trust/Confidence Organization- Contact with Neighborhood (e.g., in Neighbors, al Survey Other Political Volunteer Charitable Friends, Family Characteristics Government, Law Fairness, Polarization, and Voting Membership Engagement -ing Giving Neighbors and Sense of Enforcement, Integration and/or Networks Community Corporations, Participation Schools, Media) CPS union cohabitation membership CPS Civic Engagement Supplement CPS Volunteering Supplement CPS Voting and Registration Supplement NCVS perceived trust in law safety of enforcement) neighborhood) NHES Civic Involvement ATUS generic religious services, amount of time spent with other people, caring for children/ elderly D-2

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Prepublication Copy — Uncorrected Proofs Questionnaire Content Trust/Confidence Organization- Contact with Neighborhood (e.g., in Neighbors, al Survey Other Political Volunteer Charitable Friends, Family Characteristics Government, Law Fairness, Polarization, and Voting Membership Engagement -ing Giving Neighbors and Sense of Enforcement, Integration and/or Networks Community Corporations, Participation Schools, Media) AHS (NSCM) contact with generic opinion of neighbors neighborhood cohesion local neighborhood politicians HRS frequency/ safety, friends, neighbors attitudinal duration of cleanliness contact with children, friends, neighbors, care of grandchildren) NLSY97 interest in volunteer frequency/impo perception of opinions on government activities rtance of family criminal justice government and public events and system responsibility affairs/ holidays; social frequency of activism contact between activities, parents, level of attendance at friendliness and meeting or hostility event for a political, environment al, or community group D-3

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Prepublication Copy — Uncorrected Proofs Questionnaire Content Trust/Confidence Organization- Contact with Neighborhood (e.g., in Neighbors, al Survey Other Political Volunteer Charitable Friends, Family Characteristics Government, Law Fairness, Polarization, and Voting Membership Engagement -ing Giving Neighbors and Sense of Enforcement, Integration and/or Networks Community Corporations, Participation Schools, Media) NLSY79 political volunteer recently religious attitudinal attitudes ism/ introduced affiliation, philanthr frequency of opy attendance NLSY79 Child & Young Adult political full range religious extent of attitudes and affiliation, neighborhood behaviors frequency of problems/ attendance characteristics NLS Sample Adult Core neighbors PSID full range religion PSID Disability and Use of Time Suppl. PSID Transition into Adulthood clubs, characteristics perceptions/experi perceptions and Supplement groups and of social ences, belonging experiences, belonging religion network D-4

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Prepublication Copy — Uncorrected Proofs Questionnaire Content Trust/Confidence Organization- Contact with Neighborhood (e.g., in Neighbors, al Survey Other Political Volunteer Charitable Friends, Family Characteristics Government, Law Fairness, Polarization, and Voting Membership Engagement -ing Giving Neighbors and Sense of Enforcement, Integration and/or Networks Community Corporations, Participation Schools, Media) GSS 2012 basic extent of pol. blood religious neighbors, race, freq. of trust in others, budgetary priorities, engagement donation, affiliation/att friends, racial interactions companies, role of gov’t in and money to endance, tolerance, look with neighbors, religion, fed gov’t/ addressing income knowledge, homeless, union after neighbors safety, agencies, labor inequality/living protest charity, membership, house, lending, unions, press, standards, involvement issue-based caring for or Supreme Court, tolerance/intolerance of helping congress; use of racial, religious, and neighbors, job force by police; political differences, assistance, health system affirmative action attendance at /fairness (race/gender), artistic events workplace fairness, with helping strangers, friends/family importance of religious/ethnic customs, educational and health opportunities ANES pre-election full political political trust in elected attitudes about political range engagement party, officials, parties, parties/gov’t/economy, with news religion general role of polarization, income from TV/ gov’t, other people gap, fairness of political internet/new contributions spaper, social media, blogs D-5

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Prepublication Copy — Uncorrected Proofs Questionnaire Content Trust/Confidence Organization- Contact with Neighborhood (e.g., in Neighbors, al Survey Other Political Volunteer Charitable Friends, Family Characteristics Government, Law Fairness, Polarization, and Voting Membership Engagement -ing Giving Neighbors and Sense of Enforcement, Integration and/or Networks Community Corporations, Participation Schools, Media) ANES post-election full engagement candidates numbers of discuss politics feelings about most important problem range with or parties, and names w/ religious groups, facing country, feelings campaign religious, of friends/family – fed gov’t, specific of patriotism, taxing coverage/can school, or organization frequency, socio-economic millionaires, affirmative didates/speec issue-based s worked in groups, role of action, role and size of hes; visit donations community, security post 9/11, gov’t, life affected by candidates candidate state nullification, specific racial/gender website; advocacy role of Supreme groups, views of meeting or Court, gov’t traditional v. new rally corruption lifestyles, fairness of participation, voting and press, past protest discrimination v. involvement, women, affirmative signed action, equality, petitions, satisfaction with social media, democracy, is fed gov’t contacted a threat, bilingual representativ capabilities, es feelings/sentiments towards ethnic groups, income inequality, discrimination D-6

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Prepublication Copy — Uncorrected Proofs Questionnaire Content Trust/Confidence Organization- Contact with Neighborhood (e.g., in Neighbors, al Survey Other Political Volunteer Charitable Friends, Family Characteristics Government, Law Fairness, Polarization, and Voting Membership Engagement -ing Giving Neighbors and Sense of Enforcement, Integration and/or Networks Community Corporations, Participation Schools, Media) SCCBS 2000 interest in full range donated religious sense of sense of trust in neighbors, racial tolerance in politics/nat’l blood, affiliation, community/bel community/bel coworkers, media, marriage/friends affairs, amount to attendance, onging,# of onging, local attend religious/n adult/youth close friends, frequency of businesses/police, rallies/protes onreligious sports w/ frequency of interaction w/ various races, ts, reform orgs frequency, group activities, neighbors w/ local/nat’l gov’t movements, school visiting frequency, online service, vets family/friends, trustworthiness chats/forums groups, socialize with , satisfaction, , town mtgs ‘hood assoc., neighbors/cowo civic power, social rkers obstacles to welfare org, involvement, union, trade attend at com assoc., events fraternal/eth nic orgs, PACS, hobby club, officer status, ethnic/gende r makeup D-7

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Prepublication Copy — Uncorrected Proofs Questionnaire Content Trust/Confidence Organization- Contact with Neighborhood (e.g., in Neighbors, al Survey Other Political Volunteer Charitable Friends, Family Characteristics Government, Law Fairness, Polarization, and Voting Membership Engagement -ing Giving Neighbors and Sense of Enforcement, Integration and/or Networks Community Corporations, Participation Schools, Media) SCCS 2006 interest in donated religious sense of self sense of self w/ trust in budget priorities, politics/natio blood, affiliations with regards to regards to neighbors/stranger Hurricane Katrina- nal affairs, amount to attendance, town, town, s, coworkers, related questions about attend religious adult/youth “americanness” “americanness” media, local evacuees, racial rallies/protes and sports w/ , tenure in , frequency of businesses/police, tolerance in ts nonreligiou frequency, community/like interaction w/ var races, marriage/friends s orgs school ly to stay; racial neighbors, local/nat’l gov’t, service, makeup of trustworthiness will you be victim veterans social network; , satisfaction, of a crime, groups; frequency of civic power, “hot/cold” ?s neighborhoo group activities; racial ethnic groups/econ d visiting tolerance, status associations; family/friends; attend at com social socialize with events welfare orgs, neighbors/cowo union/trade rkers assoc.; fraternal/eth nic orgs; PACS; hobby club, D-8

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Prepublication Copy — Uncorrected Proofs Questionnaire Content Trust/Confidence Organization- Contact with Neighborhood (e.g., in Neighbors, al Survey Other Political Volunteer Charitable Friends, Family Characteristics Government, Law Fairness, Polarization, and Voting Membership Engagement -ing Giving Neighbors and Sense of Enforcement, Integration and/or Networks Community Corporations, Participation Schools, Media) Giving & Volunteering in the full religion, religious unorganized confidence in gov’t responsibility for United States range: youth membership, volunteering, charitable orgs, pol citizens, gov’t should type/freq developme service orgs friends/family/n parties, congress, give to faith-based uency/na nt, eighbors/strang org labor, corps, groups me of education, ers; proxy ? for media, web, org, health, family fed/state/local why?, human members gov’t, religions; internet services, general trust vol.; animal attitudes welfare, environme nt, adult recreation, arts, social org, pol. org/campai gn, priv com found. Itn’l aid, friends NOTES: A check in a cell indicates that a particular survey includes content in the identified topic area. AHS, American Housing Survey, (NCSM, Neighborhood Social Capital Module); ANES, American National Election Studies; ATUS, American Time Use Survey; GSS, General Social Survey; NHES, National Household Education Surveys Program; NCVS, National Crime Victimization Survey; NLSY79, National Longitudinal Surveys [1979 wave]; PSID, Panel Study of Income Dynamics; SCBS, Social Capital Benchmark Survey; SCCS, Social Capital Community Survey D-9