Talk:Local community

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Future section: local community economics – any thoughts? Lani'mae 21:57, 9 April 2010 (UTC) —Preceding unsigned comment added by Lani'mae (talkcontribs)


Any thoughts of merging this articles information with Community article? It seems like there is repeat info on the two Lani'mae 20:38, 21 April 2010 (UTC) —Preceding unsigned comment added by Lani'mae (talkcontribs)


Uncited text moved to talk page: Micro lending, which is lending small amounts of money among the individuals, is one benefit of community networking. (Citation needed) It may take a more subtle form of paying attention to each other and watch delinquent of criminal activities, as well as accident, leading to a higher public safety and lower crime rate In general, diffusion of innovations research suggests that peer networks play a great role in the process of diffusion of knowledge and practices throughout a society. Medical practices and advice which enhance public health and sanitation would be shared among people more effectively given strong interpersonal networks. Adoption of new technologies would often occur through the network. (See also two-step flow of information and opinion leadership). Lani'mae 22:59, 22 April 2010 (UTC) —Preceding unsigned comment added by Lani'mae (talkcontribs)


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Local community is a geographically defined community of place, a group of people living close to each other. (citation needed)

The term community suggest that its members have some relations that are communal - experiences, values, and/or interests may be shared, they may interact with each other and are concerned about mutual and collective well-being. (citation needed)

Local community has been an issue of concern in social criticism and theoretical sociology, among others, especially in contrast to the modern society. The central idea, either expressed or rejected, is that local community has been in decline, if not lost, in our contemporary life. (Citation needed) —Preceding unsigned comment added by Lani'mae (talkcontribs) 23:02, 22 April 2010 (UTC)

uncited text too talk page: Interpersonal ties within a local area enable various resource-sharing benefits. Groups of interpersonal ties within a community can be referred to as community networks. (Citation needed) Lani'mae 23:15, 22 April 2010 (UTC) —Preceding unsigned comment added by Lani'mae (talkcontribs)