Building trust in the state with information: Evidence from urban Punjab

2021 ◽  
Vol 202 ◽  
pp. 104494
Author(s):  
Adnan Khan ◽  
Sanval Nasim ◽  
Mahvish Shaukat ◽  
Andreas Stegmann
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2020 ◽  
Author(s):  
Adnan Khan ◽  
Sanval Nasim ◽  
Mahvish Shaukat ◽  
Andreas Stegmann
Keyword(s):  

Author(s):  
Mariia A. Voropaeva ◽  
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Eleonora L. Kavshar ◽  
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Introduction: the article examines formal and informal political and communication practices for their effectiveness in improving the perception of a parliamentary institution. Objectives: to identify the features of symbolic capital formation of a State Duma deputy using political and communicative practices. Methods: comparative analysis, content analysis, sociological regulatory analysis. Results: The article analyzes the political and communication practices used by the State Duma deputies and their impact on building trust inparliament. Informal practices that parliamentarians use while implementing the representative function are highlighted as having the greatest potential in the context of the need to increase trust in the State Duma. Conclusions: trust to a parliamentary institution is a combination of institutional trust (to the State Duma as a body of state power) and transpersonal trust (in deputies). A parliamentarian, to whom the State Duma delegates its symbolic capital, can either increase confidence in the institution by their actions, or lower it due to the communication failures, inability to use modern technologies, the need to follow the political change, etc. It is necessary to develop a set of measures to increase confidence in the parliamentary institution.


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Wade R. Wilkerson ◽  
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