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Group-affirmation and trust in international relations: Evidence from Ukraine

Eunbin Chung, Anna O. Pechenkina, Bernhard Reinsberg
2020 PLoS ONE  
This project asks which of these approaches increases trust towards Russia among the Ukrainian public.  ...  sense of national identity.  ...  Acknowledgments We are very grateful to Anton Grushetsky and the entire team of the Kyiv Institute of Sociology for their work in preparing and fielding the survey. Author Contributions  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0239944 pmid:33382719 fatcat:dgec7xrs35cnzpni7j6ofmtmti

Wi-trust: Improving Wi-Fi hotspots trustworthiness with computational trust management

Jean-Marc Seigneur
2015 2015 ITU Kaleidoscope: Trust in the Information Society (K-2015)  
Then we explain how some of these techniques could be more easily deployed on a large scale thanks to simply using the available extensions of Hotspot 2.0, which could potentially lead to a new standard  ...  In this paper, we present how we have validated different computational trust management techniques by means of implemented prototypes in real devices to mitigate malicious legacy Wi-Fi hotspots including  ...  Section 4 concludes with future work towards that standard.  ... 
doi:10.1109/kaleidoscope.2015.7383629 dblp:conf/kaleidoscope/Seigneur15 fatcat:zt3dadv2zbddlacvqhdzcljgl4

Post-traumatic Growth Dimensions Differently Mediate the Relationship Between National Identity and Interpersonal Trust Among Young Adults: A Study on COVID-19 Crisis in Italy

Adriano Mauro Ellena, Giovanni Aresi, Elena Marta, Maura Pozzi
2021 Frontiers in Psychology  
Evidence of a full mediation effect of the PTG relating to others dimension on the association between national identity and interpersonal trust was found.DiscussionFindings contribute to clarify the psychological  ...  between the salience of national identity and interpersonal trust in a sample of Italian young adults.  ...  national identity and trust toward others.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2020.576610 pmid:33519591 pmcid:PMC7844087 fatcat:5757qsot3fdmfeqtvk2dwfjqzy

Dimensions of Black Identity Predict System Justification

Ellie Shockley, Ashley Wynn, Leslie Ashburn-Nardo
2014 The Journal of Black Psychology  
These findings reveal the utility of a multidimensional model of Black identity in shedding light on attitudes toward the system and institutions.  ...  Using a socioeconomically diverse sample of 275 Black undergraduates, including traditional as well as older students, the current survey and quantitative analyses further understanding of attitudes toward  ...  Declaration of Conflicting Interests The authors declared no potential conflicts of interest with respect to the research, authorship, and/or publication of this article.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0095798414557276 fatcat:r7bokijdzjf4pcpglqylpwmkj4

The probative value of digital certificates: Information Assurance is critical to e-Identity Assurance

Patrick McKenna
2014 Digital Evidence and Electronic Signature Law Review  
In particular, there is a growing body of opinion that shares the view that it is the cloak of anonymity that fuels such undesirable and sometimes illegal use of our information infrastructure (internet  ...  ) 55 www.deaeslr.org Abstract It is widely acknowledged among all echelons of global organizations and governments alike, that the Internet is a critical global infrastructure to the information society  ...  Many other end-user issues translate into: how safe is my personal data; collection of evidence of identity seems to be arbitrary; collection of evidence of identity is for the most part a manual process  ... 
doi:10.14296/deeslr.v1i0.1730 fatcat:xfanbvm7g5hdncqzj7n2essmy4

Identity changes and the efficiency of reputation systems

Matthias Wibral
2014 Experimental Economics  
With identity changes, trust is particularly low towards new sellers since buyers cannot discriminate between truly new sellers and opportunistic sellers who changed their identity.  ...  Nevertheless, we observe positive returns on buyer investment under the reputation system with identity changes, and our evidence suggests that trustworthiness is higher than in the complete absence of  ...  Identity changes, the quality of new sellers, and consequences for buyer trust We hypothesized above that investment towards new sellers would be lower in the change treatment.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10683-014-9410-3 fatcat:wyps635nrfdoxmbqlibgalutzu

Spinning the European Wheel: Benefits, Welfare, and Identity Layers in the Old and New Member States

Sergiu Gherghina, Mihail Chiru
2011 Sociologie Româneasca = Romanian Sociology  
We employ Standard Eurobarometer survey data from 2009 to test how identity is shaped by trust in political institutions, perceptions about national economies (both current and prospective), benefits of  ...  Our results show that national identity continues to be prominent, and especially so in the EU15.  ...  We employ Standard Eurobarometer survey data from 2009 to test how the identity is shaped by trust in political institutions, perceptions about the economy at a national level (both prospective and retrospective  ... 
doaj:514c21bc160242c98fd2f532defeffd7 fatcat:5hplxdtuyfacdi4vfkh2bgy6li

Social Capital and Attitudes Towards Money

Alexander Tatarko, Peter Schmidt
2012 Social Science Research Network  
The objective of this research was to assess the mechanism through which the individual level components of social capital, that is, individuals' levels of trust, tolerance and civic identity affect their  ...  Attitudes toward money as a means of influence and protection and the desire to accumulate it reflect a personal sense of dependency on money and lead to constant concern about it.  ...  trust, positivity and strength of civic identity) (Svendsen, 2010).  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2011044 fatcat:q7b6llsezrb77km7binn3bxcda

TOOP Trust Architecture [chapter]

Luca Boldrin, Giovanni Paolo Sellitto, Jaak Tepandi
2021 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
AbstractWhile information security nowadays represents a core concern for any organization, Trust Management is usually less elaborated and is only important when two or more organizations cooperate towards  ...  These two concerns are overlapping, but not identical and they span all of the interoperability layers, from the legal down to the technical, passing through organizational and semantic layers.  ...  In the case of the exchange of an evidence from DP to DC, DC needs to trust the evidence provided by DP.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-79851-2_7 fatcat:lwj7n2bprnazvgyvq6ttot7ija

Trust is not all about performance: trust biases in interaction with humans, robots and computers [article]

Joshua Zonca, Anna Folso, Alessandra Sciutti
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Our findings offer novel insights in the understanding of the mechanisms underlying trust towards peers and autonomous agents.  ...  Extensive evidence has shown that our trust in other agents depends on their performance.  ...  Acknowledgements We gratefully acknowledge the financial support of the European Research Council (  ... 
arXiv:2106.14888v1 fatcat:cyjhuyjoxnecnemev2peb5fzbq

Wi-Trust: Computational Trust and Reputation Management for Stronger Hotspot 2.0 Security

J.-M. Seigneur
2017 Journal of ICT Standardization  
Then we explain how some of these techniques could be more easily deployed on a large scale thanks to simply using the available extensions of Hotspot 2.0, which could potentially lead to a new standard  ...  In this paper, we present how we have validated different computational trust and reputation management techniques by means of implemented prototypes in real devices to mitigate malicious legacy Wi-Fi  ...  Section 4 concludes with future work towards that standard.  ... 
doi:10.13052/jicts2245-800x.433 fatcat:cnqjfe4vsfhxvfww6ux2xiv4qu

Do shared values promote social cohesion? If so, which? Evidence from Denmark

Karen N. Breidahl, Nils Holtug, Kristian Kongshøj
2017 European Political Science Review  
Furthermore, this idea is at the heart of what has been labeled the 'national identity argument', according to which religious and/or cultural diversity is a threat to the shared (national) values underpinning  ...  Finally, individuals who believe that others share their values do not, in general, have higher levels of trust and solidarity.  ...  Looking at R 2 , it is evident that the indexes are best attuned to explain variance in trust toward immigrants.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s1755773916000266 fatcat:la26z43wwjb3rckzcegerc4yea

Securing B2B Pervasive Information Sharing between Healthcare Providers: Enabling the Foundation for Evidence based Medicine

Rajesh Vargheese, Prashant Prabhudesai
2014 Procedia Computer Science  
The core of making evidence based medicine a reality is information sharing between healthcare entities. However, the sharing of information across health care providers has security implications.  ...  Ensuring the confidentiality, integrity and availability of the data is the foundation to enable such pervasive information sharing that is required for enabling evidence based care model to achieve better  ...  One of the approaches that healthcare providers are leaning towards is to provide quality care using evidence based medicine (EBM).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.procs.2014.08.078 fatcat:7hrjahtopvb33e6e67kpjbwtzm

Vaccine hesitancy in the COVID-19 era

Bipin Adhikari, Phaik Yeong Cheah
2021 Lancet. Infectious Diseases (Print)  
The debates over value versus evidence-based medicine are the outer layer of a deep divide between scientists and the public-a crisis of trust which shapes vaccine hesitancy.  ...  Nonetheless, trusting involves a leap of faith towards the unknown, which has been an established mechanism where the public place their faith in the face of incomplete knowledge, and anxiety over uncertainties  ...  Vaccine Hesitancy: Public Trust, Expertise, and the War on Science Maya Goldenberg University of Pittsburgh Press, 2021 pp 264, £34•67 ISBN-13:978-0822946557  ... 
doi:10.1016/s1473-3099(21)00390-x fatcat:eekr7pobszbmjjiiqocaib4xh4

Building Social Capital [chapter]

Marcel Fafchamps
2021 Putting Purpose Into Practice  
There is also evidence of a relationship between these measures of social capital, exchange of information and learning, and adoption of new agricultural practices.  ...  Three indicators of social capital appear to be particularly important: (a) inclusion and cohesion; (b) trust, solidarity, and reciprocity, and (c) collective action and cooperation.  ...  Expectations can also be measured differentially towards trust in market transactions versus trust in teams of co-workers.  ... 
doi:10.1093/oso/9780198870708.003.0011 fatcat:a7vzj5ytqzbohdd72gei4rfbyq
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