The Psychology of Values

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

We gratefully acknowledge that our data source was made available by Ronald Inglehart and Neil Nevitte through the Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research. We also thank the Donner Canadian Foundation for its contributions in making the data available. Neither the original investigators nor the disseminating archive bears any responsibility for the analyses and interpretations presented here.


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