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Unformatted text preview: .3 so Section III: Culture Values In this section you are to ask yourseif: “WI-tat values are important to ME as guiding principles in MY life. and what values are less important to me?" There are two lists of values on the following pages. These values come from different cultures. In the parentheses following each value is an explanation that may help you to understand its meaning. Your task is to rate how important each value is for you as a guiding principle in your life. Use the rating scale beiow: iii—means the value is not at all important. it is not relevant as a guiding principle for you. 3--rneans the value is important. oumeans the value is very important. The higher the number (GI. I- 2. 3. 4. 5. 6}. the more important the value is as a guiding principle in YOUR life. - i is for rating any values opposed to the principles that guide you. T is For rating a value of supreme importance as a guiding principle in your life; ordinarily there are no more than cure such values. In the space before each value. write the numb-er {- i. II]. I. 2. 3. 4. :1. s. i) that indicates the importance of that value For you. personally. Try to distinguish as much as possible benveert the values by using all the numbers. You will. of course. need to use numbers more than once. Before you begin. read the Laiucs in List I. choose the one that is most important to you and rate im importance. Nest. choose the value that is most opposed to your values and rate it v i. IFthere is no value. choose the value least important to you and rat it {I or I. according to its importance. Then rate the rest of the values in List I. AS A SLIDING PRINCIPLE IN MY LIFE. this value is: opposed to not very of supreme my values important important important importance —l CI i 2 3 ti :1 a 'I VALUES LISTI i EQUALITY {equal opportunity [or all: 2 __l.\-'l-'EF. HARMONY tat peace with myscill 3 ___SDC‘IAL POWER teontroi over others. dominance} 4 _PLE:‘tSL‘RE ignitification ol'desirest 5 _FR_EEDD.‘.'I {Theodora ofaction and thought] a __-'i SPIRITUAL LIFE [emphasis on spiritual not material matters] 3 SENSE OF BEIDNGING ifeeling that others can: about me} AS A GUIDING PRINCIPLE TN MY LIFE. this value is: opposed to not my values important important -i El 1 2 3 4 5 3 SOCIAL ORDER [stability ofaocicty] 9 AN EXCITING LIFE [stintmating experiences) ill] MEANING IN LIFE [a purpose in lift} i I PDLITENESS [:ourteay. goo-d manners] ll WEALTH [material possessions. money} [3 NATIONAL SECURITY [protection of‘m}r nation from enemies] 14 SELF RESPECT [belief in one's own worth} 15 RECIF‘RGCATECIN DF F.—‘t"~"DRS [avoidance of'indchtcdttess} 16 _C‘REATWITY [unique-nus. imagination} 1? _.fi. WORLD AT PEACE [free ofwar and conflict} 13 _FLE5PECT FOR TRADITION [preservation oftirrte-honored customs] 19 _.‘~I.—'tTL:RE LOVE [deep emotional Se spiritual intimacy; 3i} __3ELF-DESC[FL[NE tHIf—rfitraiot. rcaistartoc to temptation) 1[ _PR[‘-r'.-‘tCY [the right to hate a private sphere} 3: “FAMILY EECERITT [sat'ctjr for loved ones] 13- _SDCi.-‘I.L RECOGNiTiON trespect. approtal by others] 34 _L'h.'\-'1TY WITH NATURE [titting into nature} 25 _..-"t "-"ARlED LIFE [fiiied 1aritlt. challenge. not-tit]; and change} 26 _"fi-'iSDIDM [a mature understanding of life-J ET _.-‘I.UTHGR!TY [the right to lead or command] 2'3 _____TRL'E FRENDSHIP [cioso supportive Fricndsi 29 _.J. 1vJ-‘GRLD OF EtEHtL'T‘rr tbeaury of nature and the arm} 30 SOCIAL JL'STiC'E [correcting injustice. care for the Heat} very important 6 JJ‘? of supreme importance T Now rate how important each of the followmg values |s tor you as a guacnng pnnclple In t uun me. These values are phrased as ways of acting that may be more or less important for you. Once again. try to distinguish as much as possible between the values by using all the numbers. Before you begin. read the values In List [1. choose the one that is most important to you and rate its importance. Next. choose the value that is most opposed to your values. ore-if there is not such value-- choose the value least important to you. and rate it-l. I]. or i. according to its importance. Then rate the rest ofthe values. A5 A GUIDING PRINCIPLE IN MY LIFE. this value is: opposed to not my values important important -I O I 1 3| INDEPENDENT [seitlrelianL self- sufficient] 32 MODERATE [avoiding extremes of feeling it action] 3-3 LOYAL [t'ald'tful to my friends. group} 34 AMBITIOL'S [hard—norking. aspiring] 35 BROADMINOEO {tolerant of different ideas and beiiel‘st 3s HUMBLE (modest. sett-et'fscing} 37 OARING [seeking adventure. risk] 33 PROTECTING THE ENVIRONMENT [preserving nature] 39 INFLL'ENTIALthasing at". impact on people and events] 4:] HONORINO OF PARENTS AND ELDE RS [shot-ring respect i all CHOOSINI] OWN GOALS [selecting own purposes] 4-1 HEALTHY lnot being sick physically or mentally J 43 CAPABLE [competenL effective. efficient} .14 ___ACCEPTINO .‘vl'f PORTION IN LIFE lsuhmitting to lif'e's circumstances} 45 HON EST [genuine since-tell very of supreme important importance 4 S 6 In" as PRESERVINO MY PUBLIC IMAOE {protecting my "face“] 47 OEEDIENT (dutiful. meeting obligations} 43 iNTELLlGENT (logical. thinking] 49 HELPFL‘L {working for the welfare of others] 50 ENJDYINO LIFE [enjoying food. see. leisure. etc.) 5| DEVOL'T [holding to religious faith fi'. belief] :il RESPONSIBLE (dependable. reliable] 53 CURIOUS [interested in everything. exploring] 54 FORGIVENO [willing to pardon others} 55 SUCCESSFUL [achieving goals] 56 CLEAN Ineat. tidy] 57 SEL F-I‘N' DULOENT [doing pleasant things] Human Values Self-Transcendence Conservation Universalism Tradition Benevolence Conformity Security Self-Enhancement Power Openness to Change Achievement Stimulation Hedonism Self—Direction Hedonism 1Val ue- ty pes Power Achievement Hedonism Stimulation Self-direction Universalism Benevolence Tradition Conformity Security "—'—'_'—'_—‘II—______—-' ' _ Motivational Goals (and Exemplary Values? SociaE status and prestige, control or dominance over people and resources (social power, wealth, authority, preserving my public image) Personal success through demonstrating competence according to social standards (ambitious, capable, influential, successful) Pleasure and sensuous gratification for oneself (pleasure, enjoying life, self- indulgent) Excitement, novelty, and challenge in life (an exciting life, a varied life, daring) Independent thought and action-choosing, creating, exploring (freedom, creativity, independent, choosing own goals, curious) Understanding, appreciation, tolerance and protection for the welfare of all people and for nature (wisdom, equality, a world at peace, social justice, unity with nature, a world of beauty, broadminded, protecting the environment) Preservation and enhancement of the welfare of people with whom one is in frequent personal contact (loyal, responsible, honest, helpful, forgiving) Respect, commitment and acceptance of the customs and ideas that traditional culture or religion provide the self (respect for tradition, moderate, humble, accepting my portion in life, devout) Restraint of actions, inclinations, and impulses likely to upset or harm others and violate social expectations or norms (politeness, self—discipline , honoring of parents and elders, obedient) Safety, harmony and stability of society, of relationships and of seif(social ordcr, national security, reciprocation of favors, famin security, clean) 98 — — .- —-—I—I—I-I—I——I-Il——-—I-fi _. ._ T— .I-J-I—1 ‘\ aw 31w 1. ax MAS{ER2 r .f x . a 1‘ Engnsn- j w. 1 5,063ka l, I TE%8 STUAL . 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