Political Value Change in Western Democracies. Integration, Values, Identification, and Participation (1996). Peter Ester, Loek Halman and Ruud de Moor.
Political Value Change in Western Democracies. Loek Halman and Neil Nevitte. Values in Western Societies (1995). The Individualizing Society. Value Change in Europe and North America (1993; 1994).
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Now, it is carried on in the setting of a foundation, using the (abbreviated) name of the group European Values Study (EVS).
Books: The Silent Revolution: Changing Values and Political Styles . Islam, Gender, Culture and Democracy: Findings from the Values Surveys Willowdale, Ontario: de Sitter Publications, 2004.
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. Political Action: Mass Participation in Five Western Democracies (Beverly Hills: Sage, 1979). London: MacMillan, 1989.
Several studies have examined specific political values such as political trust, party. political cultures in old and new European democracies. the Western world has caused a fundamental value change meaning citizens have. This article is organized as follows: In the next section, we present the main. contributions from The Civic Culture. grown increasingly negative in their evaluations of political authorities and the perfor-. mance of the political actors.
Economic Security and Value Change. The ecological correlates of right-wing extremism in Western Europe. 02, p. 336. CrossRef. Brooks, Clem and Manza, Jeff 1994. Jackman, Robert W. and Miller, Ross A. 1998.
Studies of political development have traditionally focused on emerging countries with the shortest histories and poorest documentary records. This book brings the discussion into a realm where the time span is considerable and the documentation is vast―the formation of national states in western Europe. Through a series of essays on major state-making activities.
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European Values Study. Other speakers included Loek Halman, Vera Lomazzi, Paul Dekker, Quita Mais, Kseniya Kizilova, Markus Quandt, Nica Kostenko, Natalia Soboleva, Boris Sokolov, Ani Lortkipanidze, Bart Meuleman, Ferruccio Biolcati Rinaldi, Lucy Sue Flynn, Malina Voicu, Bogdan Voicu, Ruud Luijkx, Kathrin Bush, Давид Ротман and many others.