Communication in the Age of Suspicion: Trust and the Media
In this timely volume, fourteen international contributors explore the relationship between media and trust, beginning with an examination of the decline of trust in key institutions. The book concludes by considering the future implications for media communication and exploring potential directions for further research in this Age of Suspicion.
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