Monday, Feb 1 at noon, 6050 ISR-Thompson
Research Affiliate, Population Studies Center.
Amy and Alan Lowenstein Professor, Democracy, Democratization, and Human Rights, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.
Professor, Political Science.
Research Professor, Center for Political Studies.
Ph.D., University of Chicago
Dr. Inglehart's research focuses on cultural change and its consequences. Using World Values survey data from 78 countries, he has investigated linkages between the values and beliefs of mass publics and the presence or absence of democratic institutions. He studies how cultural transitions in industrial societies influence individual autonomy and self-expression, politics, motivation to work, sexual and religious norms, and other central society and political orientations.
Inglehart, Ronald F., and Christian Welzel. 2005. Modernization, cultural change, and democracy : the human development sequence. New York : Cambridge University Press.
Inglehart, Ronald F., B. Puranen, and C. Welzel. 2015. "Declining willingness to fight for one'scountry: The individual-level basis of the long peace." Journal of Peace Research, 52(4): 418-434. DOI. Abstract.
Inglehart, Ronald F., and Others. 2012. "How We Got Here The Rise of the Modern Order." Foreign Affairs, 91(1): 7-+.
Norris, Pippa, and Ronald F. Inglehart. 2015. "Are High Levels of Existential Security Conducive to Secularization? A Response to Our Critics." In The Changing World Religion Map: Sacred Places, Identities, Practices and Politics. DOI. Abstract.