Сравнительный анализ взаимосвязи ценностей и социально-экономических представлений корейских и российских студентов
The article deals with the cultural-content aspect of individual values and socio-economic representations in Republic of Korea and Russia. The study involved 157 Koreans and 211 Russians. The results showed that significant differences are found in Shalom H. Schwartz’s values: Self-direction (thought and action), Stimulation, Achievement, Face, Conformity (rules and interpersonal), Tradition, Benevolence (dependability and caring) and Universalism-tolerance. Other differences observed in comparing socio-economic representations: Relative to competition and Willingness to take risks. It revealed that the average values of the considered psychological factors, which characterizes individual values and economic behavior, are higher for Russians than for Koreans, however, no significant differences revealed, which indicates their similarity.