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Value Change

Through the comparative studies of R. Inglehart, the Netherlands has come to be regarded as one of the world’s leading postmaterialist countries. There is considerable debate on this change in value patterns and related developments:

  • R. Inglehart and R.B. Andeweg, Change in Dutch Political Culture: a Silent or Silenced Revolution? West European Politics, Vol. 16 (1993), pp. 345-362
  • J. Thomassen and J. van Deth, How New is Dutch Politics? In H. Daalder and G.A. Irwin, Politics in the Netherlands: How Much change?, London: Cass, 1989, pp. 61-78 (also published in West European Politics, Vol.12 (1989))
  • R. Inglehart, The Persistence of Materialist and Postmaterialist Value Orientations: comments on Van Deth’s Analysis, European Journal of Political Research, Vol.11 (1983), 81-91
  • J.W. van Deth, The Persistence of Materialist and Postmaterialist Value Orientations, European Journal of Political Research, Vol.11 (1983), pp. 63-79. 
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