The Refined Theory of Basic Values

@inproceedings{Schwartz2017TheRT,
  title={The Refined Theory of Basic Values},
  author={Shalom H. Schwartz},
  year={2017}
}
This chapter presents the refined theory of basic values that provides greater heuristic and predictive power than the original theory. It partitions the circular value continuum into 19 values based on analyses of (a) the multifaceted definitions of some original values, (b) spaces in past MDS projections of items in samples from 83 countries, and (c) confirmatory factor analyses. This chapter explains the rationales for splitting seven of the original values and adding the new values of… 

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