Candidates Who Explain Progressive Policies via Conservative Principles Could Be Uniquely Persuasive
New research finds that voters are more likely to support a liberal candidate whose rhetoric reflects conservative values.
How Gen Z'ers Are Remaking Religion to Suit Their Values
Many are no longer passing on the old sacred teachings, but they are imparting a new one: that everyone has not just a right but a duty to choose their own worldview.
Why Do Different States Have Wildly Different Ideas About Government?
For the most part, Americans are in broad agreement about political concepts. We believe that individuals have certain natural rights, and that the purpose of government is to serve and protect its citizens. But when you get to the specifics....
Can Profit Be Used to Justify All Actions? On JPMorgan's Fine
On JPMorgan's $11 billion fine and the values of CNBC anchors.
For Children, TV Commercials Are a Catalyst to Materialism
A new study from the Netherlands suggests kids' values are being shaped by their exposure to television advertising.
Values Forged In College Predict Psychological Well-Being As Adults
New research finds a sense of purpose developed during college years sticks with you and helps shape adult behavior.