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2019 FUKUHARA AWARD LECTURE: Subjective Perspectives on Value Transmission: Insights from a Multi-Wave Panel
Jacobs University Bremen, Germany
German adolescents were surveyed in 10 times between 1985 and 2017. As of 1999, Schwartz values were included. Participants indicated own preferences, and perceived preferences of parents/friends/partners. Results suggest friends being perceived as closest to own values, with parents second, and partners third. Implications for value transmission research is discussed.
2019 DENMARK/GUNVALD AWARD LECTURE: Whose Culture? Challenging the Idea of an Opposition Between the Right to Culture and Women’s Human Rights
Silvia Sara Canetto
Colorado State University, United States of America
In this lecture I challenge the idea that women’s human rights and cultural rights are in unique opposition, and that women’s human rights should be culturally-relativized. This idea sustains patriarchy’s interests (note that human-rights’universality is not questioned when men’s human rights are at stake), and undermines the human-rights-movement’s foundation.