Rudnev M. Value Adaptation among Intra-European Migrants: Role of Country of Birth and Country of Residence



Rudnev M. Value Adaptation among Intra-European Migrants: Role of Country of Birth and Country of Residence // Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology. 2014. Vol. 45. No. 10. P. 1626 -1642.
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Rudnev M. Value Adaptation among Intra-European Migrants: Role of Country of Birth and Country of Residence // Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology. 2014. Vol. 45. No. 10. P. 1626 -1642.

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This article challenges the common assumption that basic human values remain stable during the lifetime of an individual. It demonstrates that migrants’ values are highly likely to change after emigrating to a new country. Using cross-sectional data, we estimated the link between individual values of intra-European migrants and country of birth and residence, as well as values that are common there. Values were measured by Schwartz’s questionnaire as well as Inglehart’s Self-Expression items. Cross-classified multilevel regression models were applied to the sample of migrants, selected from five rounds of the European Social Survey. The results demonstrated the significance of both the country of residence and the country of birth as well as values, which are common in these countries. Surprisingly, the association of migrants’ values with the country of residence appeared to be higher than the one of country of birth. Furthermore, migrants’ values better correspond to values that are common in the country of residence than values widespread in the country of birth. Assuming that value-based self- selection of migrants is negligible, the results support the idea that basic values are subject to change over an individual life span and not only during one’s formative years. This article challenges the common assumption that basic human values remain stable duringthe lifetime of an individual. It demonstrates that migrants’ values are highly likely to changeafter emigrating to a new country. Using cross-sectional data, we estimated the link betweenindividual values of intra-European migrants and country of birth and residence, as well asvalues that are common there. Values were measured by Schwartz’s questionnaire as well asInglehart’s Self-Expression items. Cross-classified multilevel regression models were applied tothe sample of migrants, selected from five rounds of the European Social Survey. The resultsdemonstrated the significance of both the country of residence and the country of birth aswell as values, which are common in these countries. Surprisingly, the association of migrants’values with the country of residence appeared to be higher than the one of country of birth.Furthermore, migrants’ values better correspond to values that are common in the countryof residence than values widespread in the country of birth. Assuming that value-based self-selection of migrants is negligible, the results support the idea that basic values are subject tochange over an individual life span and not only during one’s formative years.

Ключевые слова:

basic values cross-classified multilevel model value change value adaptation intra-european migrants european social survey

Авторы:

Руднев М.Г.

Рубрики:

Социология личности
Этносоциология



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