Honor in the Mediterranean and Northern Europe

  title={Honor in the Mediterranean and Northern Europe},
  author={P. Mosquera and A. Manstead and A. Fischer},
  journal={Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology},
  pages={16 - 36}
  • P. Mosquera, A. Manstead, A. Fischer
  • Published 2002
  • Sociology
  • Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology
  • The authors report two studies on notions of honor (i.e., the situations and behaviors associated with honor, its enhancement, and its loss) in a Mediterranean country (Spain) and a northern European country (the Netherlands). A total of 271 persons (140 Spanish, 131 Dutch) participated in Study 1, and a total of 327 persons (169 Spanish, 158 Dutch) participated in Study 2. The main aim of Study 1 was to characterize Spain and the Netherlands in terms of their value priorities. Study 2… CONTINUE READING

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