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While there is still a vast body of scholarly research in crisis and disaster management that considers social capital an asset for lessening negative impacts from crises, this paper investigates an underexplored aspect of social capital-its microlevel positive and negative instances in the crisis response-a quite neglected phase of the crisis management cycle when it comes to studying the role of social capital. To underline social capital's doubleedged aspects, this paper draws from thedoi:10.1002/rhc3.12236 fatcat:vrylcmfhfbagngcgapq46zloeu