Lecture | suitable for youth/adults
Values can both be described as a source of social and political stability and as a source of irreconcilable political conflict. How is it possible? Can today’s political conflicts in Europe be interpreted as the result of rapidly changing values?
Anders Todal Jenssen is a professor of political science and election researcher. In the past year, he has led the implementation of the Norwegian part of the European value survey, which is a comprehensive research program that will provide insight into the basic values and attitudes we find among the population in the countries of Europe, and what development and change features can be demonstrated in value- and our attitude patterns.