'Values – what we hope to understand' with UWA’s Dr Julie Lee (Perth, AU)
“Our values represent, define and express what is important to us”
The Centre for Human and Cultural Values
We welcome Dr Julie Lee from UWA to talk to us about research into Human Values and the new research centre at UWA The Centre for Human and Cultural Values.
Following the recent opening of the centre and the ‘Values Impact Forum’, Dr Lee will share with us an overview of the forum, the centre and what the research is understanding and hoping to understand about Human Values: Social, Workplace, Cultural and Personal values, and perhaps how this understanding of human values can affect decision making and changes in behaviour.
Dr Julie Lee
Julie is a Professor of Marketing at the UWA Business School, University of Western Australia. Prior to this, she was a faculty member at the University of Hawaii and University of Miami. She completed her PhD at the University of Illinois in 1996.
Julie’s research focuses on human and cultural values and the way they are expressed individually and in society. Her interests extend to the theory, measurement and application of values across the human lifespan. To enable this research, she worked with collaborators to develop and publish several innovative and effective scales designed to measure values in adults and young children. The most recent is featured on The Values Project.
She is Director of the Centre and currently Chief Investigator on two Australian Research Centre (ARC) Linkage Projects, involving the study of values.
Members $35, Non-members $45, Members should log in to claim this discount. Registration 5.30pm with the event commencing at 6pm sharp. Times are Australian Western Standard Time.
We extend our thanks to our event sponsors Cliftons.