| Notas:|| Political science/sociology|
BibliografA-a: p. 461-476.
Introduction: The impact of economic and sociopolitical change on culture and the impact of culture on economics, society, and politics in advanced industrial society. Culture, stable democracy, and economic development. The rise of postmaterialist values. Stability and change in mass belief systems. Structure in mass value systems: The materialist/postmaterialist dimension. Values, solcial class, and economic achievement. Changing religious orientations, gender roles, and sexual norms. Subjetctive well-being and value change: aspirations adapt to situations. The diminishing marginal utility of economic determinism: the decline of marxism. The impact of values on ideology and political behavior. From elite-directed to elite-directing politics: the role of cognitive mobilization, changing gender roles, and changing values. New social movements: value, ideology, and cognitive mobilization. Cultural change and the atlantic alliance. The role of culture in social change: conclusion.