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Leach and Paul A. Sabatier American Political Science Review , , vol. Mirroring recent evidence that citizens' procedural preferences as opposed to policy preferences drive trust in government, we find that interpersonal trust among stakeholders in consensus-seeking partnerships is explained by the perceived legitimacy and fairness of the negotiation process more so than by the partnership's track record of producing mutually agreeable policies. Overall, hypotheses derived from social psychology do as well or better than those based on rational-choice assumptions.

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Our Organisation. Local Organisers. Public Policy. Johanna Hornung TU Braunschweig. Bandelow TU Braunschweig. While the operationalization and measurement of policy core beliefs in surveys mostly draws on specific questions on policy-related opinions Leach and Sabatier ; Vogeler and Bandelow , the assessment of deep normative core beliefs remains contested Sabatier and Brasher ; Sotirov and Winkel Instead, cultural theory has been applied frequently to measure deep normative core beliefs, which then are depicted as cultural worldviews Jenkins-Smith et al.

With regard to parties, Jenkins-Smith et al. The proposed paper aims at providing empirical evidence for the measurement of deep normative core beliefs and cultural theory by using the widely acknowledged and extensive European Social Survey dataset of By conducting a factor analysis of the items reflecting the two dimensions of cultural theory, the paper reveals the underlying worldviews and cross-checks them with the party identification of individuals.

As a consequence, the analysis allows for answering the question how different political systems enable different cultural worldviews and how these relate to the respective party systems in European countries. Its results therefore provide guidance for future empirical research on the ACF and cultural theory. References Goren, Paul. Jenkins-Smith, Hank, Carol L. Silva, Kuhika Gupta, and Joseph T. Leach, William D. Sabatier, Paul A. Jenkins-Smith, Boulder Colorado: Westview Press.

Sotirov, Metodi, and Georg Winkel. Vogeler, Colette, S. Share this page.

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To Trust an Adversary: Integrating Rational and Psychological Models of Collaborative Policymaking

Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. DOI: How can interpersonal trust be cultivated among policy elites engaged in long-term face-to-face negotiations? This article seeks to identify the precursors of interpersonal trust in high-stakes disputes where opposing sides have long histories of animosity and differ on fundamental values and perceptions.

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