Soziales Vertrauen

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Zusammenfassung

Gesellschaftliche, politische oder wirtschaftliche Krisenzeiten werden oftmals von Klagen über einen umfassenden Vertrauensverlust begleitet, der die Folgen solcher Krisen, so die Befürchtung, zudem noch verschärft. Der Ruf nach dessen Wiederherstellung weist folglich einen möglichen Ausweg aus der Krise, gilt Vertrauen doch zweifellos als Allheilmittel zahlreicher Missstände.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Universität MannheimMannheimDeutschand

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