Human Values and Social Change: Findings from the Values Surveys
This book presents findings based on a unique source of insight into the role of human values--the World Values Survey and the European Values Survey, covering 78 societies containing over 80 per cent of the world's population. The findings reveal large and coherent cross-national differences in what people want out of life. Four waves of surveys, from 1981 to 1999-2001, reveal the impact of changing values on societal phenomena. Evidence from eleven Islamic societies demonstrates that a distinctive Islamic culture exists-but the democratic ideal is endorsed overwhelmingly. Other analyses examine Gender Equality and Democracy; Corruption and Democracy; Social Capital in Vietnam; the Clash of Civilization; political satisfaction in global perspective; Trust in International Governance; and Israeli and South African values.
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advanced industrial African analysis Argentina attitudes authority orientations authority patterns basic value better political leaders Catholic citizens civic orientation clash of civilizations compared correlation cultural change democracy democratic democratic institutions differences economic development Egypt factors Figure Freedom House gender equality global groups Huntington hypothesis immigrants impact important indicators interpersonal trust Iran Iranians Islamic Islamic societies Israel Israeli Japan Jordan Jordanians Latin American less materialist measure modernization Muslim Nigeria Norris Orthodox percent percentage permissiveness toward corruption population post-materialist postmaterialism pre-materialist Princeton Protestant question regions regression relationship religion religious respondents role Ronald Inglehart scale score secular self-expression values Serbia significant social capital South Africa support for democracy survival/self-expression Table three countries type of society University Press value change value dimensions value orientations variables variance variations vertical power structure Vietnam Vietnamese Western women in parliament World Values Survey Zimbabwe