Process Views of Trusting and Crises
Chapter for Bachmann & Zaheer (Eds.) Handbook of Advances in Trust Research. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, this version: 18 February 2013
18 Pages Posted: 16 Jul 2012 Last revised: 27 Mar 2013
Date Written: February 18, 2013
The paper calls for research on 'trusting' as a process instead of 'trust' as an outcome. It highlights mental and social processes of trusting and outlines five process views of trusting as (1) continuing, (2) processing, (3) learning, (4) becoming, and (5) constituting. Methodological implications of these process views are discussed as well as new possibilities for making sense of crises.
Keywords: crisis, methods, process, trust
JEL Classification: M00, Z00
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