Paul Hanel

Paul Hanel currently works as a research associate at the University of Bath.

Prior to working at the University of Bath, I undertook my under- and postgraduate degrees in psychology (B.Sc. and M.Sc.) and political science and sociology (B.A.) at Martin-Luther University Halle-Wittenberg (Germany), and my Ph.D. at Cardiff University. The title of my thesis is, "Human values and value instantiations: Similarities and differences between countries and their implications." At the University of Bath, I am working with Greg Maio on various projects about human values, how people across countries instantiate (~exemplify or understand) human values, and some methodological projects. In 2016, I was awarded with the "Junior Researcher of the Year Award" and, in 2017, with the "Haydn Ellis Prize" for an outstanding dissertation by the School of Psychology, Cardiff University.

People From Different Countries, Age Groups, And With Different Formal Education Level Mainly Are Very Similar In Their Values And Attitudes

“We are far more united and have far more in common with each other than things that divide us.” — Jo Cox (murdered British Member of Parliament; 2015). Overview In recent years, the number of reported hate crimes and support […]