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A world of three cultures : honor, achievement and joy

Author: Miguel Basáñez; Ronald Inglehart
Publisher: New York, NY : Oxford University Press, [2016] ©2016
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In this volume, the author presents a provocative look at the impact of culture on global development.
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Basez, Miguel E.
World of three cultures.
[S.l.] : Oxford University Press, 2015
(OCoLC)922155307
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Miguel Basáñez; Ronald Inglehart
ISBN: 9780190270384 0190270381 9780190270407 0190270403 9780190270360 0190270365
OCLC Number: 926914909
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Machine generated contents note: How I Became Drawn to the Topic --
The Three Value-Axes Model: Trust, Hard Work, and Autonomy --
Axis 1 The Economic Dimension: Hard Work as Prize or Punishment --
Axis 2 The Social Dimension: Trust and Distrust --
Axis 3 The Political Dimension: Autonomy versus Obedience --
Empirical Exploration --
What is Culture? --
How Did Cultures Begin? --
Shaping Culture --
What Is Development and How Is It Measured? --
Why Were Progress and Culture Discredited in the United States? --
Structure of the Book --
pt. I Values as the Building Blocks of Culture: Literature Review --
1. Historical Analysis --
Alexis de Tocqueville --
Max Weber --
Glen Dealy --
2. Empirical Analysis --
Geert Hofstede: Four Axes --
Ronald Inglehart: Two Axes --
Shalom Schwartz: Three Axes --
Summary --
pt. II Value Axes and the Geography of Cultures --
3. The Axiological Cube --
Cultural Dissemination --
Historical Trajectory --
4. Cultural Geography --
Cultures of Honor --
African Countries --
Islamic and Christian Orthodox Countries --
Cultures of Achievement --
Asian and Confucian Countries --
Western Countries and Their Offshoots --
Cultures of Joy --
Latin American and Caribbean Countries --
Contrasting Values in Colonial America --
Conclusions and Further Research --
pt. III Cultures of Honor, Achievement, and Joy --
5. Empirical Profiles of the Three Cultures --
Cultures of Honor: Respect for Tradition and Authority --
Cultures of Achievement: Punctuality and Efficiency --
Cultures of Joy: Family and Friendship --
6. The Three Cultures in the World Values Survey --
Feeling of happiness / Respect for parents / Men have more right to a job / Respect for authority / Belong to religious denomination / Believe in God / National pride / Trust in people / Life satisfaction / Feeling of freedom / Income equality / Competition / Tolerance (of homosexuality) --
Final Remarks and Guides for Future Research --
pt. IV Cultural Change --
7. Six Agents of Cultural Change --
The Power of Family --
The Power of School --
The Power of Religion --
The Power of the Media --
The Power of Leadership --
Leadership Success Case: The Meiji Restoration in Japan (1867) --
Leadership Success Case: Turkey and Ataturk (1923) --
Leadership Success Case: Singapore and Lee Kuan Yew (1959) --
The Power of the Law --
Legal change in Latin America: The Fletcher Program --
Boston Visit --
Chile Visit --
Colombia Visit --
8. Processes of Change --
Slow Change: The Modernization of Ireland, Spain and Mexico --
Fast change: Local Leadership in Bogota, Colombia, 1995 --
2003 --
Conclusion --
9. Axiological Diagnosis --
The Theory --
The 25-Values Typology Questionnaire --
Testing and Validating the 25-Values Typology in Mexico --
Summary Findings of Mexico Survey, 2010 --
Conclusion --
pt. V Concepts and Measures of Development --
10. The Objective and Subjective Development Indices --
Measuring the Economy: Gross Domestic Product (GDP) --
Beyond the Economy: the Human Development Index (HDI) --
Toward a More Comprehensive Measure --
The Objective Development Index (ODI) --
The Subjective Development Index (SDI) --
Comparing the Objective (ODI) and Subjective (SDI) Indices --
pt. VI The Driving Forces of Development --
11. The Forces of Nature and Human Action --
The Conditions of Nature: Climate, Geography, and Demography --
The Conditions of Human Action: Economics, Politics, and Society --
Empires and Colonies --
Modernization Theory, Dependency School, and Globalization --
Three Models of Development: The United States, the Soviet Union, and China --
12. The Power of Ideas --
Explosion of Consciousness --
Intellectual Innovation: The Evolution of Knowledge and Science --
Relationships between Conditions and Ideas --
Impact of Conditions on Ideas --
Impact of Ideas on Conditions --
Interaction between Conditions and Ideas --
Conclusion and Guidelines for Future Research.
Responsibility: Miguel E. Basáñez ; with foreword by Ronald F. Inglehart.

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