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Organizational Trust Between Institutional and Interpersonal Trust

References 1. Mayer, Roger; Davis, James and Schoorman, David “An integrative model of organizational trust”, Academy of Management Review, Vol.20, No.3, (1995): 710. 2. Tan, H. H., and Tan, C. S. F. (2000). “Toward the differentiation of trust in supervisor and trust in organization”. Genetic, Social and General Psychology Monographs, 126, 243. 3. Coleman, James Samuel, Foundations of Social Theory, (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1990), 61. 4. Rousseau, D.; Sitkin, S.; Burt Ronald and

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Trust and controlling

organizacji i zarządzaniu. Międzynarodowa konferencja naukowa, Szklarska Poręba, 17-19 września 1998. Wrocław: Oficyna Wydaw. PWroc., pp. 288-295. 7. Bieńkowska A., Zabłocka-Kluczka A. (2014), Controlling in networking organisations - concept and assumptions . Management (Zielona Góra), vol. 18, No. 1, pp. 432-445. 8. Bugdol M. (2013), Selected proposal and possibilities of trust developments within the TQM concept , The TQM Journal, Vol. 25, No. 1, pp. 75-88. 9. Chachuła D. (2009), Controlling. Koncepcje, narzędzia, modele , Difin, Warszawa. 10

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Neither Trust Nor Distrust
Social relations in a multi-ethnic neighbourhood in Copenhagen

Introduction With the last decade of multiculturalism backlash ( Vertovec and Wessendorf 2010 ), public debates have deemed the existence of urban ethnic `diversity´ as a hindrance to trust, inter-ethnic contact and social cohesion. Quantitative research within politicised fields such as social cohesion and social capital maintain that ethnically diverse neighbourhoods are lacking solidarity, trust, mutual cooperation and friendships, and that diversity has negative effects on social interactions ( Putnam 2007 ). However, qualitative studies on multi

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An Empirically-Aligned Concept of Trust in Government

References Albanese, Giuseppe, Guido de Blasio and Paolo Sestito. 2017. “Trust, Risk and Time Preferences: Evidence from Survey Data.” International Review of Economics 64, 367 – 388. doi: 10.1007/s12232-017-0282-7. Blind, Peri K. 2006. “Building Trust in Government in the Twenty First Century: Review of Literature and Emerging Issues.” 7 th Global Forum on Reinventing Government, UNDESA, 26 – 29 June, Vienna, Austria. Available at (last accessed 24 April 2019

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Why European Subordinates Trust their Managers

References Andersen, J.A. (2005). Trust in managers: a study of why Swedish subordinates trust their managers. Business Ethics - A European Review , 14(4), 392-404, Atkinson, S. (2004). Senior management relationship and trust: an exploratory study. Journal of Managerial Psychology , 19(6), 571-587, Atkinson, S. & Butcher, D. (2003). Trust in managerial relationships. Journal of Managerial Psychology

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Political Trust and Russian Media in Latvia

Bibliography Avery, James, M. 2009. Videomalaise or Virtuous Circle?: The Influence of the News Media on Political Trust. International Journal of Press/Politics , 14(4), pp. 410-433. Baltijas Mediju Alianse. n.d. PBK. Available at: Bershidsky, Leonid. 2017. Facebook Ads Reveal the Real Russian Game. Bloomberg , November 2. Available at: Berzina, Ieva. 2018. Russia’s Narratives and Public Opinion in

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Political Trust As Modest Expectations
Exploring Immigrants’ Falling Confidence in Swedish Political Institutions

-84. Eger, MA 2010, ‘Even in Sweden: The effect of immigration on support for welfare state spending’, European Sociological Review, vol. 26, no. 2, pp. 203-217. Fennema, M. and J Tillie 2001. ‘Civic Communities, Political Participation and Political Trust of Ethnic Groups.’ Connections, 24:26-41 FRA (European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights) 2009, EUMIDIS: European Union Minorities and Discrimination Survey, European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights, Vienna. Gans, H 2007, ‘Acculturation, assimilation and mobility

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The Economic Dimension of Social Trust

REFERENCES COLEMAN, J. S. (1990), The Foundations of Social Theory , Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. COOK, K. S. (2001), Trust in Society , New York: Russell Sage Foundation. DELHEY, J. and NEWTON, K. (2005), ‘Predicting Cross-National Levels of Social Trust. Global Pattern of Nordic Exceptionalism’, European Sociological Review , 21 (4), pp. 311–327. DOMAŃSKI, H. (2009), Społeczeństwo europejskie. Stratyfikacja i systemy wartości , Warszawa: Wydawnictwo Naukowe Scholar. DOROSZEWSKI, W. (2002), Słownik języka polskiego

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Trust as a factor activating implementation abilities – from theory to practice of a flexible company

[Publishing House of Wrocław University of Economics], Wrocław, pp. 45-55. 4. Bugdol M. (2010), Wymiary i problemy zarządzania organizacją opartą na zaufaniu [Dimensions and problems of the management of an organisation based on trust], Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Jagiellońskiego [Jagiellonian University Press], Kraków. 5. Chiles T.H., McMackin J.F. (1996), Integrating variable risk preferences, trust, and transaction cost economics, “Academy of Management Review”, Vol. 21. 6. Coleman J. (1988), Social Capital in the Creation of

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Trust in the doctor-patient relationship in the light of the latest research

. Lekarz zaufanie pacjenta: opracowywanie i zatwierdzanie nowego środka. Ann Fam Med. 2011; 9(2): 148-154. 9. LoCurto J, Berg MG. Trust in healthcare settings: Scale development, methods, and preliminary determinants, SAGE Open Med. 2016; 4: doi: 10.1177/2050312116664224. 10. Opinie o błędach medycznych i zaufaniu do lekarzy. Komunikat z badań. Warszawa: CBOS; 2014, s. 12-13. 11. Krajewska-Kułak E, Wróblewska K, Kruszewa R, i wsp. Ocena zaufania pacjent-lekarz z zastosowaniem skali Anderson i Dedrick. Probl Hig Epidemiol. 2008; 89(3): 414-418. 12

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