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The impact of perceived organizational support on trust. A case study of a state university

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The underlying paper's objective is to analyse the relationship between perceived organizational support and trust across two dimensions: a vertical and a horizontal one. The authors of this article undertook a field-based questionnaire survey (N = 80). The participants were part-time students of the undergraduate and postgraduate studies of the Department of Management of a Cracow state university in Poland. In the discussion part the authors draw conclusions from the research findings. Overall, the results of the conducted research revealed that perceived organizational support, vertical and institutional trust in the academic context were positively correlated.
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