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LIST OF FIGURES AND TABLES FIGURES 1-1. Overview: The Processes of Change Examined in This Book 5 2-1. Items Used in 1973 Surveys and Needs They Were Intended To Tap 42 2-2. The Materialist/Post-Materialist Factor 46 2-3. Value Types by Age Group 54 2-4. Job Goals by Value Type 56 2-5. Geographical Identity by Value Type 59 3-1. Influences on Value Type 86 4-1. Change in Value Priorities, 1970-1976 105 5-1. Satisfaction in Three Domains by Value Type: Europe, 1973 142 5-2. Political Satisfaction by Value Type 144 6-1. Overall Life Satisfaction in the Nine-Nation European Community Combined at Three Points in Time 152 6-2. Overall Life Satisfaction Levels in the Eight Larger European Community Countries 153 8-1. Inter-Generational Transmission of Social Class, Party Preference, and Religious Denomination 221 9-1. Issue Positions of Average Voter and the Two Presidential Candidates in 1968 and 1972, as Perceived by the Average American Voter 259 12-1. Proportion Having Supra-National Sense of Identity by Age Group 333 12-2. Percent Having Supra-National Sense of Identity by Value Type, 1973 335 12-3. The Evolution of Support for European Unification, 1952-1975 346 12-4. Support for Membership in the European Community, Sept., 1973-Nov., 1975 355 TABLES 2-1. Value Types by Age Cohort: Combined 1970 and 1971 Data 32 2-2. Value Type by Age Cohort in Eleven Countries, 19721973 36-37 2-3. Distribution of Value Types by Nation, 1972-1973 38 χ — List of Figures and Tables 2-4. The Materialist/Post-Materialist Factor in Ten Countries 44 2-5. The Economy vs. the Environment in Ten Countries 47 2-6. Goals of Western Publics, 1973 49 2-7. What People Look For in a Job by Value Type and Nationality 55 2-8. Left-Right Self-Placement by Value Type 63 3-1. Value Type by Occupation, Chief Wage Earner 74 3-2. Values by Education, Controlling Information Level 78 3-3. Values by Father's Socio-Economic Status and by Re­ spondent's Own Socio-Economic Status 80 3-4. Values by Age, Controlling for Education in Seven Nations 82 3-5. Correlation Matrix for Figure 3-1 87 3-6. Values by Church Attendance: Six European Nations, 1970 89 3-7. Values by Sex in Western Europe and the United States 90 3-8. Value Priorities by Sex 91 3-9. Predictors of Value Type in Seven Nations 93 4-1. Changes over Time in Distribution of Value Types 104 4-2. Value Shifts from 1970 to 1976 by Age Group 104 4-3. Value Type by Age and Sex in Japan, 1972 H l 5-1. Percentage "Very Satisfied" with Their Lives as a Whole, by Family Income: Combined Nine-Nation Sample, 1973 126 5-2. Dimensions of Subjective Satisfaction in Nine European Countries, 1973 128 5-3. Attitudinal Variance Explained by Social Structure in Nine Nations 130 5—4. Overall Satisfaction Scores by Social Background in Nine European Countries, 1973 132 5-5. Overall Satisfaction by Perception of Recent Change and Expectations of Future Change 135 5-6. Satisfaction with Life as a Whole by Family Income: Ma­ terialists vs. Post-Materialists 141 5-7. Socio-Political Satisfaction Scores by Social Background in Nine European Countries 146 6-1. Satisfaction with Income in Western Europe 155 6-2. Political Satisfaction in Western Europe 157 6-3. Satisfaction with "Life as a Whole" by Region, 1973 and 1975 160-161 6-4. Overall Satisfaction Levels in Seven Western Nations, Summer, 1948 164 6-5. Reported Happiness of Publics in Ten Western Countries 166 6-6. Satisfaction with "The Way Democracy Is Functioning" in Respondent's Nation, 1973 and 1975 169 List of Figures and Tables — xi 6-7. Satisfaction with "The Kind of Society We Live In (France, Denmark) Today," 1973 and 1975 170 6-8. Satisfaction with "The Way Democracy Is Functioning in Your Country" by Political Party, 1973 and 1975 174-175 7-1. Political Party Configurations in Eight Countries 188 7-2. Voting Intention by Party Parents Supported 197 7-3. Social Class and Political Partisanship 199 7-4. Social Class and Political Partisanship, 1973-1975 204 7-5. Voting Intention by Family Income 205 7-6. Political Party Preference by Education, 1970 and 1971 206 7-7. Political Party Preferences by Labor Union or Syndicat Membership 207 7-8. The Middle Majority...

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ISBN
9781400869589
MARC Record
OCLC
933516258
Pages
496
Launched on MUSE
2016-01-01
Language
English
Open Access
No
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