Rokeach Values Survey Once you have completed ranking all 18 terminal values

Rokeach Values Survey
Once you have completed ranking all 18 terminal values and all 18 instrumental values, make sure to make note of both your top values in each category. You will submit a copy of the completed survey to the assignment dropbox. Rokeach Values Survey
Terminal Values
Rank
Instrumental Values
Rank
A World at Peace (Free of War and Conflict)
2
Ambitious (Hard-Working, Aspiring)
12
Family Security (Taking Care of Loved Ones)
1
Broadminded (Open-Minded)
15
Freedom (Independence, Free Choice)
3
Capable (Competent, Effective)
18
Equality (Brotherhood, Equal Opportunity for All)
17
Cheerful (Lighthearted, Joyful)
10
Self-Respect (Self-Esteem)
5
Clean (Neat, Tidy)
1
Happiness (Contentedness)
4
Courageous (Standing Up for Your Beliefs)
11
Wisdom (A Mature Understanding of Life)
11
Forgiving (Willing to Pardon Others)
4
National Security (Protection From Attack)
14
Helpful (Working for The Welfare of Others)
13
Salvation (Saved, Eternal Life)
16
Honest (Sincere, Truthful)
9
True Friendship (Close Companionship)
9
Imaginative (Daring, Creative)
17
A Sense of Accomplishment (A Lasting Contribution)
10
Independent (Self-Reliant, Self Sufficient)
3
Inner Harmony (Freedom From Inner Conflict)
18
Intellectual (Intelligent, Reflective)
2
A Comfortable Life (A Prosperous Life)
15
Logical (Consistent, Rational)
14
Mature Love (Sexual and Spiritual Intimacy)
13
Loving (Affectionate, Tender)
5
A World of Beauty (Beauty of Nature and the Arts)
8
Obedient (Dutiful, Respectful)
16
Pleasure (An Enjoyable Leisurely Life)
7
Polite (Courteous, Well-Mannered)
6
Social Recognition (Respect, Admiration)
12
Responsible (Dependable, Reliable)
8
An Exciting Life (A Stimulating Active Life)
6
Self-Controlled (Restrained, Self-Discipline)
7
This resource was adapted from The Nature of Human Values, by Milton Rokeach, published by The Free Press (1973). Copyright 1973 by The Free Press, a division of Macmillan Publishing Co., Inc.
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