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by Ruud Moor

Author: Ruud Moor
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Brill Academic Pub (December 1, 1995)
Pages: 322 pages
Category: Politics
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Values in Western Societies (1995). The Individualizing Society. Peter Ester, Loek Halman and Ruud de Moor.

Values in Western Societies (1995). Value Change in Europe and North America (1993; 1994). Latest publication from Brill EVS Series.

The European Value Study shows that seventy percent of all Europeans want to teach their children tolerance and respect for other people. Sociologists also recognize tolerance as an important value in a free and open society: the more tolerant people are of the rights of others, the more secure are the rights of all. And tolerance undoubtedly promotes a peaceful coexistence between groups. However, tolerance is a ‘slippery’ term. In essence, being tolerant means that one accepts the way other people live their lives even when they do not agree with the others’ lifestyles

Now, it is carried on in the setting of a foundation, using the (abbreviated) name of the group European Values Study (EVS).

Values in Western Societies. Publication Date: 01 Dec 1995.

This group investigates basic social, cultural, political, moral, and religious values held by the populations of the European countries. The first study was carried out in 1981, followed by repeat surveys in 1990, 1999, and 2008, in an increasing number of countries. Today, all European countries are involved in the European Values Study. Values in Western Societies.

Western culture, sometimes equated with Western civilization, Occidental culture, the Western world, Western society, and European civilization, is the heritage of social norms, ethical values, traditional customs, belief systems, political systems,.

Western culture, sometimes equated with Western civilization, Occidental culture, the Western world, Western society, and European civilization, is the heritage of social norms, ethical values, traditional customs, belief systems, political systems, artifacts and technologies that originated in or are associated with Europe. The term also applies beyond Europe to countries and cultures whose histories are strongly connected to Europe by immigration, colonization, or influence.

European Values Study. The data-set will be made public in July 2020 via the web-site of the WVSA and EVS/GESIS.

Summer, Winter 2019 Newsletter is out. 2019-12-17 14:33. Call for Papers: Esotericism in a global context – centres, margins, and everything in between (University of Otago, NZ, 23-29 August 2020).

The European Values Study project was " designed to empirically explore the patterns and changes in cross-national differences and similarities in basic social values in Europe

The European Values Study project was " designed to empirically explore the patterns and changes in cross-national differences and similarities in basic social values in Europe. An important goal was to examine whether the emerging concept of one common European cultural identity has an empirical basis " (Halman 2001, . ). Popular psychology, belief in life after death and reincarnation in the Nordic countries, Western and Eastern Europe. Haraldsson, E. Nordic Psychology, 58, 171-180.

is known as the European Values Study (evs). This cross-national European project was an initiative of Professor Jan Kerkhofs of the Catholic University of Louvain (Belgium) and Professor Ruud de Moor of Tilburg University (Netherlands)

is known as the European Values Study (evs). This cross-national European project was an initiative of Professor Jan Kerkhofs of the Catholic University of Louvain (Belgium) and Professor Ruud de Moor of Tilburg University (Netherlands). At the end of the 1970s, they established the European Value Systems Study Group (evssg), a small group of mainly social and political scientists.

Books: The Silent Revolution: Changing Values and Political Styles among Western Publics (Princeton .

Books: The Silent Revolution: Changing Values and Political Styles among Western Publics (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1977); also published in Japanese translation as Shizukanaru Kakumei (Tokyo: Toyo-Keizai Shinpo-sha, 1978); in German translation, Die stille Revolution: Vom Wandel der Werte. with Loek Halman, Jaime Diez-Medrano, Ruud Luijkx and Alejandro Moreno), Changing Values and Beliefs in 85 Countries: Trends from the Values Surveys from 1981 to 2004 Leiden: Brill, 2007. with Christian Haerpfer, Patrick Bernhagen and Christian Welzel, ed. Democracy.

The European Values Study is a large-scale, cross-national, and longitudinal survey research program on basic human values, initiated by the European Value Systems Study Group (EVSSG) in the late 1970s, at that time an informal grouping of academics. Now, it is carried on in the setting of a foundation, using the (abbreviated) name of the group European Values Study (EVS). The EVSSG aimed at designing and conducting a major empirical study of the moral and social values underlying European social and political institutions and governing conduct. A rich academic literature has now been created around the original survey, and numerous other works have made use of the findings.