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Student Values Revisited – Measuring Dominant Interests in Personality

Hummel, Thomas Peter; Schweigert, Victoria-Anne; Geyer-Schulz, Andreas

Abstract (englisch): In this contribution we replicate a survey of students’ attitudes towards values derived from Allport et al. (English, 1960) and Roth (German, 1972). These authors used questions on preferences to identify the underlying attitudes towards values based on the personality typology of Spranger (1921). In addition, the survey has been augmented with Kahle’s (1983) list of values (LOV) instrument based on a ranking scale. This opens the door for a comparison of different instruments for the investigation of value systems based on different cognitive theories and to explore the existence of associations between the different constructs. Regarding usability we study different types of interaction elements in the web-survey (numeric field entries, radio-buttons, and drag-and-drop rankings). These are randomly assigned to the test persons in order to study whether interaction style has a systematic bias on answers. We present and critically discuss the results in a historic context.

Zugehörige Institution(en) am KIT Institut für Informationswirtschaft und Marketing (IISM)
Publikationstyp Vortrag
Jahr 2015
Sprache Englisch
Identifikator KITopen ID: 1000063159
Erschienen in European Conference on Data Analysis (ECDA), Colchester, UK, September 2nd to 4th 2015
Schlagworte value systems, list of values, replication, interaction style bias
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