In 2018 the Edelman Trust Barometer put Australians’ trust in government at an all-time low. As the institutions that structure our lives – legal, educational, social, political – come under increased strain, Griffith Review67: Matters of Trust examines if this marks an end-point for a social structure that is no longer tenable – or if it signals the beginning of a new era in which new forms of social organisation will arise from a gathering sense of crisis.
Edited by Ashley Hay, Griffith Review 67: Matters of Trust examines the future new potentials that might arise as the world is remade around us, and features new work from Anne Tiernan, Damon Young, Jenny Hocking, David Ritter, Cameron Muir and Alex Miller, plus Sana Nakata in conversation with Sarah Maddison.
Listen to Ashley's introduction here:
Griffith Review 67: Matters of Trust is published with the support of the Australia and New Zealand School of Government at Griffith University.
RRP: 27.99 / Publication Date: Feb 2020 / ISBN: 9781925773804 / Extent: 264pp / Formats: Paperback (234 x 153mm), eBook
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