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General News    H4'ed 7/24/16

Distrust as an Election Issue and the Behavioral Elements of Distrust

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Since distrust has become a red hot issue in the 2016 presidential campaign, the fishbone diagram, a.k.a. cause–and–effect diagram on page five of the linked article, is provided  to show the four high level elements of distrust and the respective behaviors contributing to these four elements, as follows:

May your choices reflect your hopes, not your fears. - Nelson Mandela
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    Questionable Integrity, Expertise


    Untruths or Partial Truths


Closed or Self Sealed

Unreceptive to Information, other Opinions, Perceptions

Unwilling to fully share: Information, Opinions, Facts, Resources

Blocking Progress










Failure to Commit

Unpredictable Responses


Unpredictable Behavior
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