Do Europeans really feel European? Do they trust each other and are they solidary? What do they think of immigration and refugee influx? Do they want a greener and more sustainable Europe, and at what cost? Are democracy and human rights ingrained in Europe or are they under pressure?
A new edition (2022) of the ‘Atlas of European Values’ answers these and other questions related to pressing topics such as migration, democracy, sustainability, welfare, identity, and solidarity in an attractive, visual way. In the Atlas, the reader will find maps, charts and graphs based on high-quality data of the long-term comparative survey research project, the European Values Study.
The Atlas of European Values (edition 2022) can be downloaded here:
The printed (hardcover) Atlas of European Values can be ordered here (Print-on-Demand portal of Open Press Tilburg University) / ISSN: 2773-238X / ISBN 9789403652658 / DOI: 10.26116/6p8v-tt12.
Atlas of European Values: Change and Continuity in Turbulent Times is the first volume in the European Values Series. The Series is a leading platform for the comparative study of values, norms, beliefs, attitudes, and opinions, and contributes to the academic and public debate on European values.