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When people tell stories about their past experiences they often include descriptions which imply changes in trust repertoires over time, especially when the stories relate to serious life dramas like war and peace. A happy ending can make a past war appear meaningful. In this case study, retrospective narratives summarizing fifty years of history in Aceh, Indonesia, were analyzed using Fuglsang’s & Sommer’s framework (2013). The concept spiritual trust is introduced and the case study indicates that when neither institutions nor power is strong enough to support trusting, then trust in a divine power can provide an alternative framework for sensemaking and trusting. In Aceh, three decades of civil war ended with a peace process in 2005, and extreme distrust was then replaced by institutional trust. Insights from that process are of relevance for the study of trust-repair.
|Titel||Trust, Organizations and Social Interaction : Studying Trust as Process within and between Organizations|
|Redaktører||Søren Jagd, Lars Fuglsang|
|Udgivelses sted||Cheltenham, UK|
|Forlag||Edward Elgar Publishing|
|Status||Udgivet - maj 2016|
|Begivenhed||8th FINT/EIASM Conference on Trust Within and Between Organisations - Coventry University, Coventry, Storbritannien|
Varighed: 5 nov. 2014 → 7 nov. 2014
|Konference||8th FINT/EIASM Conference on Trust Within and Between Organisations|
|Periode||05/11/2014 → 07/11/2014|
Kirsten Mogensen (Deltager)
5 nov. 2014 → 7 nov. 2014
Aktivitet: Deltagelse i eller arrangering af en begivenhed › Organisation og deltagelse i konference
Mogensen, K. (2016). Making Sense of War and Peace: From extreme distrust to institutional trust in Aceh, Indonesia. I S. Jagd, & L. Fuglsang (red.), Trust, Organizations and Social Interaction: Studying Trust as Process within and between Organizations (s. 107-124). Edward Elgar Publishing.