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2011 | nr 16 | 29--42
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Zaufanie i nieufność w podejmowaniu decyzji

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Trust and Distrust in Decison-making Processes
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Abstrakty
Od lat 90. w badaniach nad podejmowaniem decyzji w organizacjach zaufanie jest jednym z najchętniej podejmowanych zagadnień w badaniach empirycznych i analitycznych. Brakuje jednak podobnych badań nad pojęciem nieufności. Autorzy tekstu omawiają oba pojęcia w świetle istniejącej literatury i wskazują na możliwe przyczyny tej nierównowagi. Wykazują także, opierając się na istniejących badaniach empirycznych, że nieufność zasługuje na odrębną problematyzację i zerwanie z dotychczasowym jej rozumieniem - jako prostego przeciwieństwa zaufania. (abstrakt oryginalny)
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Trust has been one of the most discussed topics in research on decision-making processes in organizations since early 1990s. the notion of distrust, however, has been rarely investigated. Authors of this text analyze existing literature looking for possible conceptualizations of both trust and distrust and they highlight possible sources of this imbalance in the debate. They also argue, basing on some empirical research, that distrust should be positioned as an autonomous research problem and that its dominant concept - as a mirrorimage of trust - should be finally questioned. (original abstract)
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  • Akademia Leona Koźmińskiego w Warszawie
  • Akademia Leona Koźmińskiego w Warszawie
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