Taking Foreign Policy Personally: Personal Values and Foreign Policy Attitudes

@inproceedings{Rathbun2016TakingFP,
  title={Taking Foreign Policy Personally: Personal Values and Foreign Policy Attitudes},
  author={Brian C. Rathbun and Joshua D. Kertzer and Jason Reifler and Paul N. Goren and Thomas J. Scotto},
  year={2016}
}
Previous research shows that, when it comes to foreign policy, individuals have general orientations that inform their beliefs toward more specific issues in international relations. But such studies evade an even more important question: what gives rise to such foreign-policy orientations in the first place? Combining an original survey on a nationally representative sample of Americans with Schwartz's theory of values from political psychology, we show that people take foreign policy… CONTINUE READING

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