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Table 3 Summary of ‘social capital’ studies

From: The role of social networks in the development of overweight and obesity among adults: a scoping review

Ref list # Author Network type Sample Study design Process
[56] Christian, H. 2011 Friends and family Australia Cross sectional survey Belonging
Male and female
[12] Holtgrave, D. 2006 Friends and family USA Cross-sectional survey Belonging and social support
Male and female
[55] Shankar, A. 2011 Friends and family England Longitudinal survey Belonging
Male and female
[53] Vaananen, A. 2009 Friends and family Finland Cross-sectional survey Belonging
Male and female
[5] Franzini, L. 2010 People living in same region USA Cross-sectional survey Belonging
Male and female
[54] Hystad, P. 2012 People living in same region Canada Cross-sectional survey Belonging
Male and female
[51] Brabec, M. 2007 People living in same region Bolivia Longitudinal survey Belonging
Male and female
[52] Veenstra, G. 2005 People living in same region Canada Cross-sectional survey Belonging
Male and female
[57] Pollard, T. M 2003. Cultural group UK Cross-sectional survey Belonging
Male and female
[60] Boothe, A. 2011 Friends and family USA Secondary data analysis Social support
Female
[62] Daniels, J. 2006 Friends and family USA Qualitative Social support
Female
[59] Darlow, S. D. 2011 Friends and family USA Cross-sectional survey Social support
Male and female
[64] Hammond, R. A. 2010. Friends and family Unspecified Literature review Social support
[58] Johnstone, R. 2009 Friends and family UK Qualitative interview study Social support
Male and female
[61] Mackert, M. 2011 Friends and family USA Cross-sectional, mixed methods online survey. Social support
Male and female
[61] Rohrer, J. E. 2004 Friends and family USA Cross sectional survey Social support
Female
[66] Verheijden, M. 2005 Friends and family Unspecified Literature review Social support
[65] Sobal, J. 2006. Paired network Unspecified Literature review Social support