Trust and responsibility: the regional dimension

Release:

2019, Vol. 3. №2

Title: 
Trust and responsibility: the regional dimension


For citation: Kogay E. A. 2019. “Trust and responsibility: the regional dimension”. Siberian Socium, vol. 3, no 2, pp. 35-41. DOI: 10.21684/2587-8484-2019-3-2-35-41

About the author:

Evgeniya A. Kogay, Dr. Sci. (Philos.), Professor, Head of Department of Sociology, Kursk State University (Kursk, Russian Federation); eLibrary AuthorID, ORCID, Web of Science ResearcherID, Scopus AuthorID, eakogay@mail.ru

Abstract:

The issue of developing strategic trust at different levels of self-organization of territorial communities gains increasing importance in Russia. This article considers trust and responsibility as integral components of forming a sustainable society and implementation of modernization processes. The author turns to the problem of the relationship between these concepts and reveals trends in the dynamics of trust relationships in Russia and its regions. This article relies on the results of comparative sociological and cultural studies in the Tomsk (2015), Kursk (2016), and Tyumen (2016) regions, as well as in Russia overall (2015). The comparison of results from sociological researches shows the characteristics of institutional and interpersonal trust. The author notes that the new challenges to the development of society associated with the tasks of transition to system modernization create an increased demand for strengthening social partnership and the establishment of qualitative and constructive public policy. There is a trend to activate the position of citizens in defending their rights, as well as in helping vulnerable categories of the population. In conclusion, the author shows practical steps of individual regions on the way of creation of solidary society.

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