Social engagement is related to participation in collective activities.

A method of measuring the social engagement is the quantifiable volume of activity. The picture below shows the common work of a community by pushing a stranded tractor back to their property. You can see on the left three hard pushing men, while on the right two who are not very much engaged in this common project.

Newtopia tractor pushing
Newtopia tractor pushing (screenshot from TV series

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