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This timely collection explores trust research from many angles while ably demonstrating the potential of cross-discipline collaboration to deepen our understanding of institutional trust. Citing, among other things, current breakdowns of trust in prominent institutions, the book identifies common aspects of trust as well as domain- and context-specific variations deserving further study. Contributors analyze similarities and differences in trust across public domains from politics and policing to medicine and science, and across languages and nations. Ellie Shockley is a postdoctoral fellow at the Public Policy Center. Shockley earned a Ph. Her primary research interests focus on political psychology and social identity e.
Mostra el registre complet de l'element. Two approaches to the nature and sources of public trust and police legitimacy can be distinguished: the instrumental and the affective. On the rst account, people trust in police when they judge it effective in enforcing the law and ghting crime; and they hold police more legitimate when they believe these things to be true. On the second account, trust and legitimacy are bound up with relational concerns about the quality of police behavior, and expressive factors relating to the perceived ability of communities and police to maintain and reproduce social cohesion and order. Studies in Anglophone contexts tend to conclude that this 'affective' account provides greater explanatory power.
This paper explores the various challenges associated with policing cybercrime, arguing that a failure to improve law enforcement responses to cybercrime may negatively impact their institutional legitimacy as reliable first responders. Further, the paper makes preliminary links between cybercrime and the paradigm of evidence-based policing EBP , providing suggestions on how the paradigm can assist, develop, and improve a myriad of factors associated with policing cybercrime. Three examples of prominent cybercrime incidents will be explored under the lens of institutional theory: the cyberextortion of Amanda Todd; the hacking of Ashley Madison; and the Target data breach. EBP approaches to cybercrime can improve the effectiveness of existing and future approaches to cybercrime training, recruitment, as well as officers' preparedness and awareness of cybercrime. EBP approaches to cybercrime have the potential to improve police responses to cybercrime calls for service, save police resources, improve police—public relations during calls for service, and improve police legitimacy.
police legitimacy has an important influence on public support for legitimacy, beyond the influence of instrumental factors shaping about the police and having lower trust and confidence in both English and Spanish. pap/stopandfrisk_pdf. Pruitt Finally, to measure the emotional component of legitimacy, we.
The raw data supporting the conclusions of this article will be made available by the authors, without undue reservation. There is considerable evidence that the experience of justice is associated with perceived legitimacy of authority, but there has been no research about this association when considering past rather than current fairness. Based on the fairness heuristic theory, we tested the hypothesis that interpersonal justice trajectories positively affect perceived legitimacy of the authority; we also tested whether social class moderated this effect.
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Instrumental and affective influences on public trust and police legitimacy in Spain. Abstract. Two approaches to the nature and sources of public trust and police.