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Vertrauen als Komponente der Integrationsforschung

  • Birte GundelachEmail author
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Zusammenfassung

Die Bedeutung von Vertrauen für die Integrationsforschung begründet sich in der klassischen Annahme, zwischenmenschliches Vertrauen sei ein unerlässliches Fundament sozialer Ordnung. In jüngerer Zeit hat vor allem die Popularität der Sozialkapitaltheorie zahlreiche Sozialwissenschaftler inspiriert sich mit dem Konzept des Vertrauens neu zu beschäftigen. Vertrauen gilt als zentraler Indikator für Sozialkapital und sozialen Zusammenhalt und stellt damit eine essenzielle Grundlage für die soziale Integration liberaler demokratischer Gesellschaften dar.

Schlüsselwörter

Soziales Vertrauen Integration Soziale Kohäsion Sozialkapital Immigration Ethnische Diversität Soziale Ordnung 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Zentrum für Demokratie Aarau (ZDA) und Universität ZürichAarau und ZürichSchweiz

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