Significance of Population Values, Norms and Stereotypes for Social and Political Development of Societies: Evidence from the World Values Survey. Part II

Wednesday, 18 July 2018: 10:30-12:20
RC20 Comparative Sociology (host committee)

Language: English

see Part I
Session Organizers:
Marita CARBALLO, Voices Research and Consultancy, Argentina and Kseniya KIZILOVA, World Values Survey Association, Ukraine
Christian HAERPFER, World Values Survey Association, Austria
Aqil KAZIM, United Arab Emirates University, United Arab Emirates
Oral Presentations
A Comparison of Russians and the Leader Countries in Economic Development By Modernization Indicators, Based on Wvs Data
Nataliya MASTIKOVA, Institute of Sociology Russian Academy of Sciences, Russian Federation
Does Income and Education of Working-Women Transform Social Values: An Evidence from Pakistan
Rida RIAZ, University of the Punjab, Pakistan; Fayyaz ZAFAR, University of the Punjab, Pakistan
Understanding Contemporary Gender Gap and Southern Cultural Roots
Tatiana de P.A. MARANHAO, UFRGS/ UNB/ MCTIC, Brazil; Tatiana MARANHAO, UFRGS/ Ministry of Science, Technology, Innovations and Communications, Brazil