Trust And Distrust: New Relationships and Realities

@article{Lewicki1998TrustAD,
  title={Trust And Distrust: New Relationships and Realities},
  author={Roy J. Lewicki and Daniel J. McAllister and Robert J. Bies},
  journal={Academy of Management Review},
  year={1998},
  volume={23},
  pages={438-458}
}
We propose a new theoretical framework for understanding simultaneous trust and distrust within relationships, grounded in assumptions of multidimensionality and the inherent tensions of relationships, and we separate this research from prior work grounded in assumptions of unidimensionality and balance. Drawing foundational support for this new framework from recent research on simultaneous positive and negative sentiments and ambivalence, we explore the theoretical and practical significance… 
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