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Study on the Role of Media in the Building of Interpersonal Trust
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  • Journal title : Korean Management Science Review
  • Volume 33, Issue 2,  2016, pp.29-47
  • Publisher : The Korean Operations and Management Science Society
  • DOI : 10.7737/KMSR.2016.33.2.029
 Title & Authors
Study on the Role of Media in the Building of Interpersonal Trust
Oh, Jinwouk; Cho, Namjae;
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 Abstract
Trust is formed from the day-to-day and persistent interaction relationship. The trust demands more and more at the age of uncertainty. Human beings are using media interaction. The area of communication with media is extended to virtual space. The purpose of this study is to qualitatively explain trust building process in virtual team by media using. In the pursuit of this purpose, we executed in-depth interview with the person who have experience communicating by media with a man of a complete stranger. They experienced the trust building process. Interview data were analyzed by a Structured Coding Techniques. The derived seven categories were reconstructed in consideration of the cause-and-effect relationship and the flow of events. We have discovered a new trust model that was the result from communication by a media using. The model presented is very useful to Individuals who need a new trust building relationship with stranger or virtual team member.
 Keywords
Media Using;Media Change;Interpersonal Trust;Trust Building Process;Structured Coding;Virtual Teams;
 Language
Korean
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