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    Post-Materialism’s Social Class Divide: Experiences and Life Satisfaction.Douglas E. Booth - 2021 - Journal of Human Values 27 (2):141-160.
    Over last half of the twentieth century, a silent revolution in post-material values made significant advances around the world. The formation of post-material values also resulted in expanded participation in post-material experiences such as joining voluntary groups, pursuing creativity and independence in the world of work, and engaging in political actions—experiences that go beyond a strict focus on accumulating economic wealth and material possessions. Because social class position matters for being a post-materialist, a class divide exists between middle-class post-materialists and (...)
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    Burnout Among Primary Government School Teachers: The Mediating Role of Work– Family Conflict.Arjun Chakravorty & Pankaj Singh - 2021 - Journal of Human Values 27 (2):126-140.
    Although the impact of job demands and work–family conflict on burnout has been extensively discussed and analysed in the past literature, the role of WFC as a generative mechanism has been neglected. Therefore, the purpose of this study is to examine the mediating effects of WFC between job demands and burnout. The studied sample consisted of 713 Indian primary school government teachers who completed a self-report questionnaire assessing job demands, WFC and burnout. The results confirmed that WFC partially mediates the (...)
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    Nationalist Thought in Modern India: Exploration of the Idea of Freedom.Prakash Desai - 2021 - Journal of Human Values 27 (2):99-108.
    Modern Indian nationalist thought has dealt with political ideas such as freedom, equality, liberty, democracy, so on and so forth. The idea of freedom received enough attention on the part of most of the modern Indian political thinkers. However, the idea of freedom as envisaged by the nationalist thinkers did not receive positive response from the other stream of modern Indian thought. Dalit-Bahujan political thinkers questioned the narration of freedom as propagated by the nationalist thinkers. Nationalist thinkers aspired for universal (...)
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    Post-Materialism’s Social Class Divide: Experiences and Life Satisfaction.Douglas E. Booth - 2021 - Journal of Human Values 27 (2):141-160.
    Over last half of the twentieth century, a silent revolution in post-material values made significant advances around the world. The formation of post-material values also resulted in expanded participation in post-material experiences such as joining voluntary groups, pursuing creativity and independence in the world of work, and engaging in political actions—experiences that go beyond a strict focus on accumulating economic wealth and material possessions. Because social class position matters for being a post-materialist, a class divide exists between middle-class post-materialists and (...)
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    Leadership Effectiveness and Psychological Well-Being: The Role of Workplace Spirituality.S. Riasudeen & Pankaj Singh - 2021 - Journal of Human Values 27 (2):109-125.
    The purpose of this article is to examine the relationship of leadership effectiveness and psychological well-being with the work outcomes of intention to quit, job involvement and organization-based self-esteem, and whether workplace spirituality plays a role in mediating the associations of leadership effectiveness and psychological well-being with work outcomes. The study is cross-sectional and non-experimental. Data were obtained from 630 information technology employees from South India, adopting ‘power calculations’. The analysis was performed using SPSS version 20 for Windows and LISREL (...)
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    Reinventing the Universal Structure of Human Values: Development of a New Holistic Values Scale to Measure Indian Values.Rajat Sharma - 2021 - Journal of Human Values 27 (2):175-196.
    This article investigates the universal values scale, Schwartz Value Survey for its applicability to measure cultural context-specific values. The study establishes a need to construct a new scale by identifying and incorporating Indian culture-specific values in SVS. Deriving data using self-assessment questionnaires from 709 respondents in 2 studies and analysing them using principal component analysis and structural equation modelling, the article reconceptualizes Schwartz’s Portrait Values Questionnaire and the 10 motivational value factors and develops a new 76-item Holistic Values Scale to (...)
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    Personality and Value Preference as Predictors of Social Well-Being.Dharmendra Nath Tiwari & Girishwar Misra - 2021 - Journal of Human Values 27 (2):161-174.
    This article explored the role of personality disposition and value preference as predictors of social well-being in the context of ecological setting. Ecological contexts like rural and urban are critical, particularly in a developing country like India, because they represent significant disparities and variations in the lived experiences of the people. The participants from the age range of 15–65 years were drawn from two ecological settings, that is, rural and urban and from both the genders. They completed the measures of (...)
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