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Lesson 2 Me, we and the other Europeans Fontys University of Applied Sciences Tilburg/NL EUROPEAN VALUES EDUCATION - EVE
Statements about love Love is something universal, it doesnt matter from which country you are…
Statements about love Ideas about love and relationship are changing, from time to time, from place to place…
Statements about love I could imagine to have a relationship with somebody from another country.
Statements about love Divorce is justifiable if a relationship comes to an end.
Rose of Love 1faithfulness 2having children 3 happy sexual relationship 4sharing household chores 5 talking about problems 6 shared religious beliefs 7 adequate income 8same social background
Rose of Love What struck you when you compared your Rose of Love? Where did you discover similarities and were there similarities in your group? How could you explain these differences and similarities? Where do you learn your ideas about relationships?
Rose of Love: intelligent guesswork Imagine that you are on a holiday and fall in love with somebody from another country. With whom do you think your ideas about relationships would match best? With somebody from: The Netherlands Germany Spain Italy Poland Turkey Sweden Czech Republic
Rose of Love: holiday love
Does income have an impact on love values?
Changing ideas about relationship
Lesson outcome We learn (some) values from our upbringing and socialisation (friends, school, media). (Love) values differ between people, groups, cultures and countries. (Diversity) There are several factors which have an influence on the diversity of values, like income, religion, age etc. (Love) values are changing. Theories can only partly explain diversity between people of different countries. Love values can be a matter of discussion and also have a political dimension as shown by the example of divorce and/in Malta.
Exact results NLDEESITPLTRSECZFRSK UK (without NIR) faithfulness199,298,998,598,399,799,998,396,797,999,599,4 having children279,183,593,390, ,892,697,781,3 happy sexual relationship396,995,49595,897,698,395, ,9 sharing household chores487,779,888,47694,892, ,98189,9 talking about problems599,396,298,898,297,999,897,895,698,49898,9 shared religious beliefs639,248,946,861,278,995,741,452,940,854,142,5 adequate income783,490,992,174,788,199,56990,484,59581,7 same social background858,555,75235,766,193,247,660,346,354,850,1