Magun V., Rudnev M., Schmidt P. Within-and Between-Country Value Diversity in Europe: A Typological Approach



Magun V., Rudnev M., Schmidt P. Within-and Between-Country Value Diversity in Europe: A Typological Approach // European Sociological Review. 2016. No. First published online: August 24, 2015. Pp. 1-14.
ISSN 1468-2672

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Magun V., Rudnev M., Schmidt P. Within-and Between-Country Value Diversity in Europe: A Typological Approach // European Sociological Review. 2016. No. First published online: August 24, 2015. Pp. 1-14.

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The within-country and between-country heterogeneity of populations has been largely studied apart from each other. This article analyses simultaneously these two parts of value heterogeneity of popu- lations using a typological approach. Using data from the European Social Survey, populations of 29 European countries are classified based on their values that were measured with Schwartz’s Portrait Values Questionnaire. Latent class analysis resulted in five European value classes. All the countries studied are internally diverse in their value class composition, and most of them have a non-zero probability to have members of all the five value classes. Nordic and Western European countries surpass Mediterranean and Post-Communist Europe in the probability of a class that combines the strongest preferences for Openness over Conservation and for Self-Transcendence over Self- Enhancement. It is concluded that a typological approach provides a new look at within- and between- country value differences, making empirical comparisons holistic and more parsimonious. The within-country and between-country heterogeneity of populations has been largely studied apartfrom each other. This article analyses simultaneously these two parts of value heterogeneity of popu-lations using a typological approach. Using data from the European Social Survey, populations of 29European countries are classified based on their values that were measured with Schwartz’s PortraitValues Questionnaire. Latent class analysis resulted in five European value classes. All the countriesstudied are internally diverse in their value class composition, and most of them have a non-zeroprobability to have members of all the five value classes. Nordic and Western European countriessurpass Mediterranean and Post-Communist Europe in the probability of a class that combines thestrongest preferences for Openness over Conservation and for Self-Transcendence over Self-Enhancement. It is concluded that a typological approach provides a new look at within- and between-country value differences, making empirical comparisons holistic and more parsimonious.

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basic human values latent class analysis typological approach

Авторы:

Магун В.С., Руднев М.Г., Шмидт П.

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Социология личности



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