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Effects of Expectation-Disconfirmation regarding the Role of Government on Trust in Government and the Moderating Effect of Citizen Participation

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Authors
Kang, Hye Jin; Park, Eun Hyung
Issue Date
2018-12
Publisher
Graduate School of Public Administration, Seoul National University
Citation
Korean Journal of Policy Studies, vol.33 no.3 pp. 1-22
Keywords
trust in governmentexpectation-disconfirmation theorysocial participationcontact theorymoderating effect
Abstract
This study draws on expectation-disconfirmation theory to explore differences between what is expected of the government and perceptions of what the government in fact does and to determine the influence of these differences on trust in government. Confirming the applicability of contact theory, this study also reveals the moderating effect of citizen participation. The results show that the more citizens’ expectations regarding the role of government are not met, the less trust they have in government. The relation between these two variables is consistently observed, regardless of ways of measuring trust in government.
However, the negative relation between expectation-disconfirmation and trust in government was moderated by citizens’ political participation.
ISSN
1225-5017
Language
English
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/10371/146811
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