World Values Research
Griesshaber, N. (2014). Forms of Civic Engagement and Corruption: Disentangling the Roles of Voluntary Associations, Elite challenging Mass Movements and the Type of Trust within Social Networks World Values Research 7 (1) 1-23
Zavadskaya, Welzel (2013). Values, Repression, and Subversion World Values Research 6 (2) 46-75
World Values Research (WVR)
World Values Research (WVR), registered as ISSN 2000-2777, is the official online paper series of the World Values Survey Association. The series is edited by the Executive Committee of the Association.
WVR publishes research papers of high scientific standards based on evidence from World Values Surveys data. Papers in WVR follow good academic practice and abide to ethical norms in line with the mission of the World Values Survey Association. Publication of submitted papers is pending on an internal review by the Executive Committee of the World Values Survey Association. Submissions should be sent to the editor in charge, Christian Welzel: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Guidelines for authors:
Papers submitted to WVR must be an original piece of research based on data from the World Values Surveys. Papers present new evidence and novel insights of theoretical relevance to the theme of human values. Cross-national and cross-cultural comparisons as well as longitudinal studies taking advantage of the full spatial and temporal scope of the World Values Surveys are particularly welcome.
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