World Values Survey – Findings and Insights

Sharing core norms and values
Aug 10, 2022 | World Values Survey

Each of the two major phases of modernization - industrialization and the emergence of a postindustrial society – have given rise to a major dimension of cross-cultural variation. The cultural map methodology developed by the World Values Survey founder Ronald Inglehart and Vice-President Christian Welzel illustrates two major dimensions of cross-cultural variation in the world: traditional values versus secular-rational values and survival values versus self-expression values. The map shows how scores of societies are located in relation to these two dimensions.;CMSID=findings

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