Trust as a Process

  title={Trust as a Process},
  author={Dmitry Khodyakov},
  pages={115 - 132}
  • Dmitry Khodyakov
  • Published 2007
  • Sociology
  • Sociology
  • What is trust? Should trust be used as a variable or as a process? Is trust in people similar in nature to trust in institutions? These are three main questions I address in this article. I argue that trust is a complex and multi-dimensional phenomenon, which consists of a mix of trust in strong ties, weak ties, and institutions. I explain the need for a new approach to trust, using the Soviet Union as an example. I argue that rigid distinctions in social capital theory between high-trust and… CONTINUE READING
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