Trust as an Indicator of Society Communication
The discourse interdisciplinary research on the socio-ethical and psychosocial aspects of the phenomenon of trust as a means of communication with the world and the human development of its own socio-cultural space in the context of the needs of activation subjective communicative potential of Ukrainian society analyses in article. Possibility approaches to the sociological study of confidence as independent variables communicative state individual, group and community in general, as a substantial basis for social development and subjective factors influence the formation of ideological orientations of society and the acceptance of certain models of social improvement. Substantiates need for the development of sociological study models predictive of confidence as means of forming public trust in Ukraine.
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