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The Rokeach Value Survey [1] presents respondents with 2 sets of 18 values.
Table 1: Rokeach Value Survey (RVS) as modified by Weber (1990, p.45) Values Competence Moral Neither Ambitious x Broadminded x Capable x Cheerful x Clean x Courageous x Forgiving x Helpful x Honest x Imaginative x Independent x Intellectual x Logical x Loving x Obedient x Polite x Responsible (*) x Self-controlled x (*) Rokeach states this as moral
(1985), "Structure of Human Values: Testing the Adequacy of the Rokeach Value Survey", Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 49(1): 250.
Alternative measurement approaches to consumer values: the list of values and Rokeach Value Survey. Psychology and Marketing, New Jersey, USA, v.
(1985), Alternative measurement approaches to consumer values: the list of values and the Rokeach value survey, Psychology & Marketing, vol.
Rokeach's model, from which the Rokeach Value Survey (RVS) is derived, is based on two sets of 18 values: terminal values or those end states that a person aspires to, and instrumental values or desired "modes of conduct".
The Rokeach Value Survey is the most widely used measurement of human values (Mueller & Wornhoff, 1990).
One of the best-known instruments to comprehensively measure a person's value system is the Rokeach Value Survey (Rokeach 1973).
From the 18 instrumental values of the Rokeach Value Survey, factor analysis extracted four dimensions, which were labeled: Integrity, Civility, Self-Direction, and Drive (in order of importance).
Using the Rokeach Value Survey (RVS), the study showed that substantial differences exist among al l four regions and between paired comparisons among the regions.