Жизненные ценности населения Украины: сравнение с 23 другими европейскими странами. Статья вторая

English title: Basic Human Values of Ukrainians in Comparison With 23 Other European Countries. Second article

Author(s): Vladimir Magun - Maksim Rudnev -

Language: Russian

Type: Journal article

Year: 2007

Abstract

The article written on the data of the survey carried out in late 2004 – early 2005 within the frame works of the International Project “European social survey”, draws a comparison between Ukraine inhabitants’ values and those of other European countries. Using factor analysis technique the authors show integral value characteristics of the respondents and make systematic comparison between Ukraine and other European countries on two integral value indices: “Openness to change – Conservation” and “Self-transcendence – Self-enhancement”. Ukraine appears to be more oriented at the values of preserving to the detriment of “Openness to change” values than any other European country. Besides, there are differences between the West and the Centre: population of Western regions is to a greater extent oriented at the values of Openness to change, and in this respect it is closer to the population of 18 European countries than to their compatriots from Central Ukraine.

Volume: 90

Issue: 4

From page no: 39

To page no: 51

Refereed:

DOI:

Journal: The Russian Public Opinion Herald. Data. Analysis. Discussions

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