The Oxford Handbook of Social and Political Trust

Oxford University Press
  • erschienen am 2. Januar 2018
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  • 752 Seiten
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This volume explores the foundations of trust, and whether social and political trust have common roots. Contributions by noted scholars examine how we measure trust, the cultural and social psychological roots of trust, the foundations of political trust, and how trust concerns the law, the economy, elections, international relations, corruption, and cooperation, among myriad societal factors. The rich assortment of essays on these themes addresses questions such as: How does national identity shape trust, and how does trust form in developing countries and in new democracies? Are minority groups less trusting than the dominant group in a society? Do immigrants adapt to the trust levels of their host countries? Does group interaction build trust? Does the welfare state promote trust and, in turn, does trust lead to greater well-being and to better health outcomes? The Oxford Handbook of Social and Political Trust considers these and other questions of critical importance for current scholarly investigations of trust.
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Eric M. Uslaner is Professor of Government and Politics at the University of Maryland, College Park. He was a Senior Research Fellow at the Southwest University of Political Science and Law in Chongqing, China, and an Honorary Professor of Political Science at the University of Aarhus, in Denmark. He has also been a Fulbright Distinguished Professor at the Australian National University and a Fulbright Professor of American Studies at the Hebrew University, Jerusalem. He is the author of nine books, including The Moral Foundations of Trust; Corruption, Inequality, and the Rule of Law: The Bulging Pocket Makes the Easy Life; Segregation and Mistrust: Diversity, Isolation, and Social Cohesion; and The Historical Roots of Corruption: Mass Education, Economic Inequality, and State Capacity, as well as more than 150 articles.
Part I. Approaches to the Study of Trust Chapter 1: The Study of Trust Eric M. Uslaner Chapter 2: Measuring Trust Paul C. Bauer and Markus Freitag Chapter 3: Social and Political Trust Kenneth Newton, Dietlind Stolle, and Sonja Zmerli Chapter 4: Trust and National Identity Patti Tamara Lenard and David Miller Chapter 5: Trust and Democracy Mark E. Warren Chapter 6: Ingroup-Outgroup Trust: Barriers, Benefits, and Bridges Roderick M. Kramer Part II. Where Does Social Trust Come From? Chapter 7: Biological and Psychological Influences on Interpersonal and Political Trust Matthew Cawvey, Matthew Hayes, Damarys Canache, and Jeffery J. Mondak Chapter 8: Trust and Participation in Associations Pamela Paxton and Robert Ressler Part III. How Different Groups Develop Social Trust Chapter 9: Ethnic Diversity and Social Trust Peter Thisted Dinesen and Kim Mannemar Sønderskov Chapter 10: Cultural Persistence or Experiential Adaptation? A Review of Studies Using Immigrants to Examine the Roots of Trust Peter Thisted Dinesen and Kim Mannemar Sønderskov Chapter 11: Trust and Minority Groups Rima Wilkes and Cary Wu Part IV. Social Trust and Rational Choice Chapter 12: Trust and Rational Choice Karen S. Cook and Jessica J. Santana Chapter 13: Trust Experiments, Trust Games, and Surveys Rick K. Wilson Chapter 14: Trust Games: Game-Theoretic Approaches to Embedded Trust Vincent Buskens, Vincenz Frey, and Werner Raub Part V. Comparative Studies of Trust Chapter 15: Trust in Newly Democratic Regimes Natalia Letki Chapter 16: Social and Political Trust in Developing Countries: Sub-Saharan Africa and Latin America Robert Mattes and Alejandro Moreno Part VI. Outcomes of Social Trust Chapter 17: Trust and the Welfare State Staffan Kumlin, Isabelle Stadelmann-Steffen, and Atle Haugsgjerd Chapter 18: New Evidence on Trust and Well-Being John F. Helliwell, Haifang Huang, and Shun Wang Chapter 19: Trust and Population Health Ichiro Kawachi Part VII. Political Consequences of Social Trust Chapter 20: Trust and Corruption Jong-sung You Chapter 21: Trust and Tax Morale Ho Fai Chan, Mohammad Wangsit Supriyadi, and Benno Torgler Chapter 22: Social Trust and Economic Growth Christian Bjørnskov Part VIII. Political Trust: Where Does It Come From, Why It Matters Chapter 23: Foundations of Political Trust Ola Listhaug and Tor Georg Jacobsen Chapter 24: Political Trust and Polarization Marc J. Hetherington and Thomas J. Rudolph Chapter 25: Economic Performance and Political Trust Tom W.G. van der Meer Chapter 26: Trust and Elections Marc Hooghe Chapter 27: Trust in Justice Ben Bradford, Jonathan Jackson, and Mike Hough Part IX. Trust in International Relations Chapter 28: Trust in International Actors Paul R. Brewer, Kimberly Gross, and Timothy Vercellotti Chapter 29: Trust in International Politics Brian Christopher Rathbun

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