Table 3

Social capital dimensions extracted in EFA

Factor
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Domestic and neighbourhood cohesion (cognitive bonding)
 ‘There are times when me and my husband’ argue and quarrel−0.409
  ‘family members argue and quarrel’−0.59
 ‘People in this neighbourhood treat me as their own’−0.878
 ‘I feel loved and cared for by my neighbours’−0.879
 ‘I enjoy spending time with my neighbours’−0.878
 ‘In this neighbourhood, we help each other with our needs’−0.694
 ‘In general my neighbours are trustworthy’−0.651
 ‘There is someone who can help me with my household chores’−0.797
 ‘In emergency, there is someone who can help me financially’−0.691
Informal social networks (structural bonding)
 ‘There is someone who I can consult information/knowledge’.0.823
 Meeting with friends or relatives in the neighbourhood0.63
 Connecting with friends neighbourhood through telephone0.793
 ‘There is someone who can console me when I’m stressed’0.696
Social participation (structural bridging)
 Participate in cultural events/festivals/trips−0.775
 Visit the city or the market−0.955
  ‘People in this neighbourhood face a problem, I would join’−1.042
Social contribution (bonding and bridging)
 Work for yourself or someone else for pay0.978
 Take responsibilities at home1.002
 Take responsibilities for social activities in the neighbourhood0.847
 Teach young ones0.88
 Help a poor family0.995
 Look after other children0.706
  • Extraction Method: maximum likelihood.

  • Rotation Method: Oblimin with Kaiser Normalization.*

  • *Rotation converged in 10 iterations.