The Social Capital of Acehnese Entrepreneurs (Case Study on Fabric Traders At Bireuen Regency)
Keywords:Social Capital, Enterpreneurship, Fabric Traders, Bireuen Regency
This paper aims to discuss the social capital of cloth traders in Bireuen Regency. The data collection method used in this paper is a qualitative research method through observation and interviews. In this paper, researchers use the concept of social capital to translate how the knowledge and practices of cloth traders in Bireuen are in the social networks formed by them. In addition, researchers also want to show the views, patterns of regeneration and social networks of traders. The results of the study show that cloth traders' social capital is the main foundation for entrepreneurs in sustaining and developing their business holistically.
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