Political and religious group membership, value priorities and educational values
Value priorities and educational value patterns are explored in respect to university students' active membership to religious and political groups. The sample was 117 students of the University of Athens, Greece, with 39 of them being active members of Christian Orthodox religious groups, 34 active members of political groups or unions, and 44 students acting as the ‘control' group, since they were not members of such religious or political groups. Group membership—religious or political—was found to be associated with the systems of value priorities and educational values, with specific value combinations differentiating between religious group membership and political group membership.
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Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: 1: University of Athens 2: Ministry of Health, Athens
Publication date: December 1, 2005