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Question 1: Surveys of trust levels, a component of ________, show trust varying from two percent of Brazilians reporting that they trust their countrymen, to 65 percent of Norwegians reporting they trust those in their country [19].
Social networkPierre BourdieuSocial capitalSociology

Question 2: In sociology and psychology the degree to which one party trusts another is a measure of ________ in the honesty, benevolence and competence of the other party.
CausalityDeterminismEpistemologyBelief

Question 3: A second perspective in ________ comes from the classic Foundations of Social Theory by James S. Coleman.
Sociocultural evolutionSociologyPositivismSocial theory

Question 4: Trust may be considered a moral choice, as in the legend of Damon and Pythias, or at least a ________, allowing the human to deal with complexities that outgo rationalistic reasoning.
HeuristicDaniel KahnemanBehavioral economicsAttribute substitution

Question 5: ________ and Tyler are academics who advocate this conception of trust – as moral and not directly observable.
NeoconservatismPaul WolfowitzProject for the New American CenturyFrancis Fukuyama

Question 6: The notion of trust is increasingly adopted to predict acceptance of behaviors by others, ________ (e.g.
InstitutionSystems theorySociologySocial stratification

Question 7: According to the psychoanalyst ________ development of basic trust is the first state psychosocial development occurring, or failing, during the first two years of life.
Sigmund FreudJean PiagetErik EriksonDevelopmental psychology

Question 8: In ________ trust is often conceptualized as reliability in transactions.
Heterodox economicsKeynesian economicsMoneyEconomics

Question 9: She points out three basic things that trust does in the lives of people: It makes social life predictable, it creates a sense of ________, and it makes it easier for people to work together.
Social stratificationSociologySocial networkCommunity

Question 10: A trusted party is presumed to seek to fulfill policies, ________ codes, law and their previous promises.
UtilitarianismAristotleEthicsConscience







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