The Rokeach Value Survey and Perceived Christian Values

Volume
Volume 5
Issue
Spring 1977
Title
The Rokeach Value Survey and Perceived Christian Values
Abstract

This study was designed to extend the empirical investigation of Christian values. The Rokeach Value Survey with modified instructions was used to measure what subjects viewed to be Christian ideals. The results indicated high degree of agreement in the perception of what Christians should strive for (terminal values) and how they should live (instrumental values). No significant difference was found between intrinsics and extrinsics in the perception of Christian ideals. Comparisons were made between the value rankings of the present sample and those of religious individuals in earlier studies.

Authors
A. Shoemaker and Dr. M. Bolt
Pages
139 - 142
Price
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