Взаимосвязь ценностей и экономических установок у российских студентов: межконфессиональный анализ
The research is focused on value orientations of representatives of two confessions: Christianity (Orthodoxy) and Islam (Sunnism) and also on the role of individual values in economical attitudes and notions. The goal of the study is to detect interconnections between cultural values and economical attitudes and notions of Russian students that represent the two confessions. We assume that there are differences of interconnections between individual values and economical attitudes and notions of Christian and Muslim students. Christian and Muslim students of Russian both secular and theological universities of Moscow and Kazan participated in the study. Sample size is 217 respondents (113 Christian students and 104 Sunni students, mean age is 19 years old). The research was conducted by means of social-psychological survey.According to the results of the study, interdenominational differences of individual values exist. Importance of “Conformity” and “Tradition” values of the bloc “Conservation” is significantly higher in the group of Muslim students than in the group of Christian students. These values express interests of Muslim students and promote preservation of their group. Importance of “Hedonism” values is significantly higher in the group of Christian students than in the group of Muslim students. It was revealed that there are interdenominational differences of interconnections between values and economical attitudes and notions. Moreover, it was detected that “Self-direction” and “Achievement” values are connected with efficient economical attitudes and notions regardless of confession.