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27 Nov 2014

Presentation of WVS wave 6 at the International Workshop at the University of Almeria (Spain)



http://congresos.ual.es/imgdb/imagen_con6107.jpgWorld Values Survey Association held presentation of WVS wave 6 at the International Workshop at the University of Almeria (Spain) on the 24th and 25th of November 2014.

The conference was organized by the Department of Sociology and featured published papers and current research using WVS survey. 

Speakers & presentations

First session: “Introducing the sixth wave of the World Values ​​Survey

Cristian Haerpfer, President of the World Values Survey Association: "Political Capital and Social Capital in 60 Societies: A Global and Longitudinal Analysis of the World Values Survey, 1981 – 2014";

Darwish Al-Emadi, Chair of the Scientific Advisory Committee of the World Values Survey Association: "God and Religion in comparative perspective: MENA countries and others";

Juan Diez Nicolás, Vice-chair of the Scientific Advisory Committee of the World Values Survey Association: "Perception of Security in an increasingly Unsecure World";

Kseniya Kizilova, Administrative Secretary of the World Values Survey Association: "Happiness and Well-Being in the World. Change and Stability in 60 Societies, 1981 - 2014";

Eduardo Bericat, Catedrático de Sociología de la Universidad de Sevilla y Presidente de la Asociación Andaluza de Sociología: "Estabilidad y Cambio de Valores Sociales en la España Democrática".

Second session: “World Values ​​Survey published research

José Antonio Rodríguez, José Luis C. Bosch y Renato Marín, Universidad de Bsrcelona: “Modelos para explicar la felicidad”;

Huzefa Khalil / Pilar Rodríguez, University of Michigan y Universidad de Almería: "Battery and Development: Exploring the link between Intimate Partner Violence and Modernization";

Juan Sebastián Fernández Prados, Universidad de Almería: “Decrecentismo y productivismo como categorías sociales”;

Lukasz Czarnecki, Instituto de Investigaciones Económicas UNAM: "¿Qué significa nacer y estudiar como indígen";

Third session: “World in progress using as an instrument the World Values Survey"

Abraham Aparicio-Cabrera, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México: “Creencias y prácticas religiosas como determinantes del bienestar económico: evidencia de la Encuesta Mundial de Valores”;

Gonzalo Herranz de Rafael, Universidad de Almería: “Multiculturalidad y Xenofobia en España, México y Usa”;

Valeria Bello, United Nations University: “Who affects attitudes towards immigrants? A multilevel analysis of prejudice and inclusiveness through the World Values Survey”;

Pilar Rodríguez y Huzefa Khalil, Universidad de Almería y University of Michigan: “Valores en proceso de cambio: actitudes acerca de la violencia de pareja entre inmigrantes y nativos en cinco países occidentales”;

Estefania Torres Martinez, Universidad de Oviedo: “La interrupción voluntaria del embarazo en España y Portugal: ¿Importa la opinión pública?”

For more information, please, visit: http://congresos.ual.es/emv2014

 


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