Milton Rokeach

Milton Rokeach (born Mendel Rokicz, December 27, 1918 – October 25, 1988) was a Polish-American social psychologist. He taught at Michigan State University, the University of Western Ontario, Washington State University, and the University of Southern California.

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Political Spectrum - Academic Investigation - Rokeach's Research
... Eysenck's work, Milton Rokeach developed his own two-axis model of political values in 1973, basing this on the ideas of freedom and equality, which he described in his book, The Nature of Human Values ... Milton Rokeach claimed that the defining difference between the left and right was that the left stressed the importance of equality more than the right ... Despite his criticisms of Eysenck's tough-tender axis, Rokeach also postulated a basic similarity between communism and nazism, claiming that these groups would not value freedom as greatly as ...

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