Study Guide

Bowling Alone Quiz

Robert D. Putnam
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Questions 1-5 of 25:


At what percent was social trust in Mississippi? (from Section 4: Chapter 16, Introduction)


By what date did Putnam want to ensure that Americans' level of civic engagement matched the social capital available in their grandparents' era? (from Section 5, Chapter 24, Toward an Agenda for Social Capitalists)


Between 1965 and 1995, how much of a time gain did John Robinson and Geoffrey Godbey report per week for women? (from Section 3: Chapter 11, Pressures of Time and Money)


In the last two decades of the twentieth century, by what fraction did unlisted phone numbers grow? (from Section 2: Chapter 8, Reciprocity, Honesty, and Trust)


In 1998, how many American adults graduated from high school? (from Section 3: Chapter 10, Introduction)

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