Forms, Sources and Processes of Trust
AbstractThis chapter reviews some key points in the analysis of trust, based on Nooteboom (2002)i.The following questions are addressed.What can we have trust in?What is the relation between trust and control?What are the sources of trust? And what are its limits?By what process is trust built up and broken down?What are the psychological mechanisms involved?The chapter ends with an illustration of trust in the police.
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trust; social psychology; mental framing; relational signaling;
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