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05 Nov 2018
Call for papers for the WVS thematic panel at ESRA
The World Values Survey Association invites paper proposals for the WVS thematic panel at the forthcoming conference of the European Survey Research Association which will take place on July 15-19, 2019 in Zagreb, Croatia. WVS panel invites papers which make use of the WVS data and disclose its comparative, analytical and explanatory potential.
05 Nov 2018
Democracy Today: Dynamics and Trends of the Popular Support for Democracy - Call for papers for the WVS thematic panel at WAPOR-2019
The World Values Survey Association invites paper proposals for the WVS thematic panel at the forthcoming 72nd annual WAPOR conference which will take place on May 16-21, 2019 in Toronto, Canada.Following the conference main theme, the panel focuses on a variety of topics dealing with the issues of support for democracy. Submissions into this panel are expected to employ survey data from the World Values Survey data-sets 1981-2018.
25 Oct 2018
The Rise of Trump and the Xenophobic Populist Parties: The Silent Revolution in Reverse - Lecture by Ron Inglehart at the University of Toronto
Professor Ingleharts’ recently published book, Cultural Evolution: People’s Motivations are Changing, and Reshaping the World, argues that people’s values and behavior are shaped by the degree to which survival is secure; it was precarious for most of history, which encouraged heavy emphasis on group solidarity, rejection of outsiders, and obedience to strong leaders. This book explains the rise of environmentalist parties, gender equality, and same-sex marriage... and the current reaction producing Trump, Brexit, and France’s National Front, through a new, empirically-tested version of modernization theory.
10 Oct 2018
Remote Internships at the World Values Survey Association
The World Values Survey Association invites interested students and young post-graduate researchers to apply for a Remote Internship at the WVSA Secretariat. Remote Internship is a volunteer (unpaid) feasible contribution to the WVSA activities of 2-8 hours per week organized from the applicant’s place of residence/ study. Internships are possible for the period of 1 month and 3 months.
28 Aug 2018
WVSA completes a joint research project with the World Bank
In July 2018 WVSA has completed a research project in the Middle East in cooperation with the World Bank. Within the framework of this project, WVSA team developed and implemented a module of questions exploring the issues of social contract; the module was introduced into the WVS-7 survey fieldwork in 4 MENA countries: Jordan, Lebanon, Iraq, and Egypt. WVSA expects to continue the study of social contract in other countries in the Middle East in 2018-2019. WVS-7 fieldwork will be completed in December 2019; over 10 MENA countries are expected to join WVS wave 7.
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Institute for Comparative Survey Research
Vienna - Austria
Prof. Christian W Haerpfer
Ms Kseniya Kizilova
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Institute for Future Studies
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Associate Professor Bi Puranen
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