The results of the European Values Study are made available for educational use on a special website. Pupils of secondary education can work with this website by developing their own research question and answering it with the maps and charts on the website. In addition, assignments for pupils are available sorted by school subject, which can be used as hand-outs for one (or a portion of one) lesson, as practical exercises and/or as a subject cluster project. New assignments will be added to the database on an ongoing basis. The most recent assignments are completed with background information, including possible answers, for teachers.
This website is part of a project of Tilburg University and Fontys Teacher Training College in Tilburg. The ultimate goal is to be accessible in all European countries and languages.
For more information, please visit the website www.AtlasofEuropeanValues.eu.
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Recent Article based on EVS data
Anna Kurowska. (2017). The impact of an unconditional parental benefit on employment of mothers: A comparative study of Estonia and Lithuania. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 37(1/2), 33–50. Abstract The purpose of this paper is to solve the puzzle of the disproportionately…click for more details