Values in a Cross-Cultural Triangle

  title={Values in a Cross-Cultural Triangle},
  author={Boele de Raad and F{\`a}bia Morales-Vives and Dick P. H. Barelds and Jan Pieter van Oudenhoven and Walter Renner and Marieke E. Timmerman},
  journal={Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology},
  pages={1053 - 1075}
This study aimed at finding the kernel structure common to three different value taxonomies in European languages (Dutch with 641 values and 634 participants, Austrian with 496 values and 456 participants, and Spanish with 566 values and 532 participants). Values from those three taxonomies were translated into English, thus forming the basis for the connections between the taxonomies. Using the common values between the three pairs of languages, factor structures resulting from a principal… 

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