Participation of ILSCR members in 5th Conference of the European Survey Research Association (ESRA)
The ESRA (European Survey Research Association) Conference took place in Ljubljana (Slovenia) on 15-19 of July. For more information about this event look at conference website.
Co-head of International Scientific-Educational Laboratory for Socio-Cultural Research Peter Schmidt, senior researcher Ekaterina Bushina and research intern Anna Lipatova participated in this Conference.
Peter Schmidt was coordinator of "Basic Human Values" session, also he made reports on following topics: «A continuous time model of Nationalism, Patriotism and Anti-Immigrant Attitudes in Germany» and «Within And Between-Country Value Diversity In Europe: Latent Class Analysis».
Ekaterina Bushina made a report during session "Basic Human Values" on following topic: «Values and Motivation as predictors of creative behavior and attitudes toward innovation». This topic revealed the results of pretest of examining relationships of individual values , personal motivation and creative behavior in a sample of Russian students.
Anna Lipatova presented a report on topic «Translation problems in adaptation a measurement in cross-cultural studies» during session «Advancing the field of questionnaire translation - identifying problems, discussing methods, pushing the research agenda». This report was based on the results of translation process into Russian of a new method for measuring relationships between values and everyday behavior (EBQ), author - Shalom S. Schwartz.
Mentioned papers and presentations can be found on conference website.
Studies of E. Bushina and A. Lipatova was supported by HSE Academic Fund Program, as a parts of project of 2013 "Values and Economic Behavior: testing of explanatory models in experiments and field studies".