Values-Accepting people believe in respecting the rules and traditions of society. Since they value collective wellbeing and group harmony, they’re likely to conform to the customs and ideas of cultures and religions.
They believe in sacrificing some elements of personal freedom for the betterment of the broader group and are skeptical of unrestrained individualism. They value discipline and are likely to restrain themselves from actions that could disrupt social norms that are not particularly harmful (e.g., their fashion choices).
Unlike Values-Questioning, they derive part of their identity and self-esteem from that of the group that they are in. This means that they value socially imposed expectations instead of trying to question or break away from them without good reason.