Universal Values in Estonia, Finland and Sweden.

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This cross-national study of values is based on Shalom Schwartz's psychological instrument. It can also be characterized as a cross-disciplinary project involving psychological and ethnological contributions. It further exemplifies one model of combining quantitative and qualitative methods. Its main purpose is to point at the research prospects of assessing similarities and differences in universal values, and how to account for the differences by relating them to various societal and historical aspects.

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Daun, A. & Verkasalo, M. & Niit, T., (1994) “Universal Values in Estonia, Finland and Sweden.”, Ethnologia Europaea 24(1), p.101-117. doi: https://doi.org/10.16995/ee.1828

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Ake Daun (Stockholm University)
Markku Verkasalo (University of Helsinki)
Toomas Niit (Tallinn Pedagogical University)

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