Number 17 (2011)

Żemojtel-Piotrowska, M., Baran, T., Piotrowski, J. (2011). Entitlement attitudes and Schwartz's values system.

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Magdalena Żemojtel-Piotrowska
University of Gdansk
Tomasz Baran
Warsaw University
Jarosław Piotrowski
University of Gdansk
Abstract:
The paper presents results from the survey realized on a sample of Polish Internet users (N = 1900) concerning relations between entitlement attitudes and Schwartz`s types of values. Three entitlement attitudes were distinguished: active entitlement, passive entitlement and revengefulness. Active entitlement was positively related to Openness to Change, negatively to Conservative values (ie. Conformity), positively to Self-Enhancement (Hedonism) and negatively to Self-Transcendence values. Passive entitlement was related positively to the two values of Self-Transcendence (Benevolence and Universalism), and contrary to predictions to Self-Direction, and negatively to Power. Revengefulness was related negatively to Self-Transcendence and to Conformity and positively to Self-Enhancement (ie. Power, Hedonism), Openness to Change (Stimulation, Self-Direction), and Security values. Results point to different motivational sources of particular entitlement attitudes related to self versus others interests and to Openness to Change-Conservatism dimension.
Keywords: entitlement attitudes, values

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Żemojtel-Piotrowska, M., Baran, T., Piotrowski, J. (2011). Entitlement attitudes and Schwartz`s values system. Psychologia Społeczna, 17, 146-158.
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