Location: 12th floor Conference room, Lowenstein building
Fordham University, Lincoln Center Campus, 113 West 60th street, New York 10023

8:00-9:00 am Continental Breakfast
   
9:00-10:15 am Social Sciences
  Chair: Ruth Meyer Schweizer, University of Bern

Social Identity of Israeli Arabs in the Light of Syrian War
Hana Zoabi, University of Haifa

What More Can we Learn with SSA: Identifying Overt and Covert Motives for Joining a PTA
Yael Fisher, Achva Academic College

The Psychological Value of the Faction Types in the Divergent Trilogy
Bruno Souza and Antonio Roazzi
Federal University of Pernambuco
   
10:15-10:30 am Coffee Break
   
10:30-12:05 pm Methodology
  Chair: Charles Greenbaum, Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Hermeneutic Consistency, Structured Ontology and Mereology as Embodied
in Facet Theory and the Mapping Sentence
Erin Kovall, Emerson College
Paul M.W. Hackett, Emerson College and University of Oxford

The Analysis of Conceptual Fields: A Synergistic Application of Facet Theory
and Network Analysis
Amalya Oliver, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Mark Ebers, Cologne University

Probability Distributions and Confidence Intervals For SSA Partioning Using R
Bruno Souza, Andrè Wanderley, Fernando Souza and Antonio Roazzi
Federal University of Pernambuco

Exploring the Effects of Different Starting Configurations in MDS
Ingwer Borg, University of Münster
Patrick Mair, Harvard University
   
12:05-12:30 pm Ruth Guttman and Facet Theory
Charles Greenbaum, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
   
12:30-1:30 pm Lunch
   
1:30-3:00 pm Cultural Values
  Chair: Ingwer Borg, University of Münster

Children’s Value Structure: Comparing Public & Private Schools in Brazil
Antonio Roazzi, Yves Gomes and Bruno Souza
Federal University of Pernambuco
Wolfgang Bilsky, University of Münster

Cultural Worldview Measure Developed in a Chinese Sample: A Smallest Space Analysis Approach
Wen Xue, Donald Hine and Wendy Phillips
University of New England
Arie Cohen, Bar-llan University
Shouying Zhao, Guizhou Normal University

A Stumbling Block Before the Blind: On E Meir and his Work
Aharon Tziner, Natanya Academic College
   
3:00-3:15 pm Coffee Break
   
3:15-4:45 pm Symposium
New Developments in Value Research:
New methods, New Findings, New Questions
  Organizer: Ingwer Borg, University of Münster
Chair: David Canter, University of Huddersfield and University of Liverpool

The Schwartz Value Theory and the Structure of Approach and Avoidance Values
Anat Bardi, Royal Holloway University of London

An Individual Differences Model that Explains the Value Circle
Ingwer Borg, University of Münster
Anat Bardi, Royal Holloway University of London

Assessing the Fit of Each Item of the 'Picture-Based Value Survey for Children'
into the Theoretical Structure of Values
Wolfgang Bilsky, University of Münster
Anna Döring, University of Westminster
Patrick J.F. Groenen, Erasmus University of Rotterdam

Unfolding the Values of Senior Citizens in Bern, Switzerland
Ruth Meyer Schweizer, University of Bern
   
4:45-5:30 pm Concluding Comments and Discussion
Charles Greenbaum, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
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