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The Social Control of Impersonal Trust

How do societies control trust in impersonal relations?  The older paper “The Social Control of Impersonal Trust” talks about how impersonal trust emerges. Despite procedural norms, structural constraints, entry restrictions, policing mechanisms, social-control specialists, and insurance-like arrangementsopportunities for abuse still exist, lowering trust. How

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Live tweeting the second KredibleNet Workshop co-hosted with MediaX and SMRF at Stanford

We will live tweet the second KredibleNet workshop on Reputation, Trust, and Authority at Stanford University under the hashtag #kredible. Join us… Follow the blog, subscribe to the feed of this site, follow our twitter account @ithinkblog and like our page

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