We 22 also believe that by systematically exploring

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Unformatted text preview: d inaccurate in many respects, it presents an organized view of a series of determinants of trust in government and can be used to identify likely consequences of changes to trust and confidence in government. We 22 also believe that by systematically exploring the links identified in this model, more understanding of the complex set of interactions that determine the dynamics of trust in government can be developed. We know that public participation and the role of trust in this participation are highly contextdependent (Lubell, 2007), but it is our belief that they exist in every context that exists. Therefore, developing an understanding of the role of trust in generating the outcomes experienced seems to be warranted and worth investigating in more detail. References Atkinson, R. C., & Shiffrin, R. M. 1968. Human Memory: A Proposed System and Its Control Processes. In K. W. Spence & J. T. Spence (Eds.), The Psychology of Learning and Motivation: Advances in Research and Theory: 89-195. New York, NY: Academic Press. Baldwin, T. E., Ramaprasad, A., & Samsa, M. E. 2006. Understanding Public Confidence in Government to Prevent Terrorist Attacks. Unpublished Manuscript. Argonne, IL: Argonne National Laboratory. Barnes, C., & Gill, D. 2000. Declining Government Performance? Why Citizens Don't Trust Government: State Services Commission. Bhattacharya, R., Devinney, T. M., & Pillutla, M. M. 1998. A Formal Model of Trust Based on Outcomes. The Academy of Management Review, 23(3): 459-472. Blind, P. K. 2007. Building Trust in Government in the Twenty-first Century: Review of Literature and Emerging Issues, 7th Global Forum on Reinventing Government: Building Trust in Government. Vienna, Austria: United Nations. Brunswik, E. 1943. Organismic Achievement and Environmental Probability. Psychological Review, 50: 255-272. Brunswik, E. 1956. Perception and the Representative Design of Psychological Experiments. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press. Camerer, C., &am...
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