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Research on values has led to the development of many different theories. Shalom H. Schwartz has over the last decades developed his theory of basic individual values, which proposes a total of 19 distinct values which all individuals endorse to varying degrees. In his theory values are grouped according to what motivates them, and they are illustrated through a circumplex model, similar to how colors are arranged around a color wheel. Schwartz has recently developed a new instrument to measure these values, the revised Portrait Values Questionnaire (PVQ-RR). This paper provides support for the theory of 19 basic individual values, by demonstrating discriminant validity of the 19 values in a Faroese convenience sample (n = 365), and it validates a Faroese translation of PVQ-RR, which can be used in future value research.
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