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Psychological, social, cultural, emotional, and organizational perspectives consistently highlight human capital's importance in the literature. We argue that the collective view of different capitals with self-notion is essential for establishing impression, image, and self-esteem. According to the review findings, religious capital could predict context-specific psychological, cultural, social, emotional, and organizational capital. This acknowledgment can assist academics in better understanding how religion, social psychology, and other capitals co-create value in human capital development. This study includes several possible future paths and notes remarkable qualities that can enhance human capital value development research.

Original languageEnglish
JournalJournal of Religion and Health
Publication statusAccepted/In press - 2022


  • Human education
  • Human resource management & development
  • Individuals
  • Leadership
  • Organizations
  • Psychological health
  • Religious capital
  • Religious perspective
  • Social psychology
  • Value creation in Existing Human Capital


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