This figure has three columns and three rows. From left to right, the first column shows two upward pointing arrows and the rows (reading from the bottom upwards) are labelled values, attitudes and actions. The next two columns are labelled definition and example. The bottom row of values, under definition, says ‘What is important to me?’; then under example, it says ‘I think it is important to look after people in need’. The next row up of attitudes, under definition, says ‘What are my feelings towards the issue? (Could be negative and/or positive.)’ and under example says ‘I think voluntary organisations do a good job in looking after people in need’. The top row of actions, under definition says ‘What am I doing about the issue?’ and under example says ‘I volunteer for the Citizens Advice Bureau’.