The Relationship between Social Capital and Ethics: An Application at Health Sector

Ozgur DEMIRTAS, Abdurrahim EMHAN


In this study, we examined a relationship between social capital and ethics. For this aim, a questionnaire form, which consists of 35-item, was used out of some demographic variables. The survey was gathered from 339 hospital employees’ who are working at governmental and private hospitals. The results indicated that there was a significant positive relationship between social capital and ethics. In addition we found that nurses reported more scores on ethics, and employees working at private sector reported more ethical scores than government employees. Further, several significant differences have been identified according to some demographic variables.

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Journal of Public Management Research   ISSN 2377-3294

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