Existing Citations

  • trust : Confidence of one party in another, based on alignment of value systems with respect to specific actions or benefits, and involving a relationship of voluntary vulnerability, dependence and reliance, based on risk assessment. (†1884)
  • trust : Progression of Trust · Mutual trust - sharing of common beliefs and expectations about expected outcome (Misztal 1996) · Social trust - mechanism for the exchange of mutual trust in group settings; interpersonal trust (Delhey and Newton 2003) · Fiduciary trust - existing, established motivation that exists without any reciprocal trust behaviours between the partners (Killerby 2005) ¶ "An individual can trust an institution, but the institution does not need to trust the individual for the relationship to exist." (Thomas 1998) (†1885)