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The Help. Gig-economy apps affect more than the economy—they’re changing what it means to be a friend
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Social capital is the value of our interpersonal relationships and the “norms of reciprocity” they engender. ... In one sense, apps can enable us to maintain needed boundaries with loved ones and acquaintances alike. On the flipside, as Scholz writes, these apps have monetized some of the ways we’ve traditionally showed one another we care.
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31 January 2020
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The Help. Gig-economy apps affect more than the economy—they’re changing what it means to be a friend
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    Social capital is the value of our interpersonal relationships and the “norms of reciprocity” they engender. ... In one sense, apps can enable us to maintain needed boundaries with loved ones and acquaintances alike. On the flipside, as Scholz writes, these apps have monetized some of the ways we’ve traditionally showed one another we care.
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