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Subjective well-being : an interdisciplinary perspective


Strack, Fritz; Argyle, Michael; Schwarz, Norbert (ed.)

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Abstract This volume brings together several authors from different areas of psychology and the neighbouring social sciences. Each one contributes their own perspective on the growing interest topic of subjective well-being. The aim of the volume is to present these divergent perspectives and to foster communication between the different areas. Split into three parts, this volume initially discusses the general perspectives of subjective well-being and addresses fundamental questions, secondly it discusses the dynamics of subjective well-being and more specific research issues to give a better understanding of the general phenomenon, and thirdly the book emphasizes the social context in which people experience and report their happiness and satisfaction. The book will be of great interest to social and clinical psychologists, students of psychology and sociology and health professionals.
Keywords well-being; quality of life; satisfaction with life; happiness; emotion; subjectivity; psychosocial factors; cognitive factors; assessment; perception; coping behavior; work satisfaction; international comparison
Classification Social Psychology; General Psychology
Document language English
Publication Year 1991
Publisher Pergamon Press
City Oxford
Page/Pages VII, 291 p.
Series International series in experimental social psychology, 21
ISBN 0-08- 037264-3
Status Published Version
Licence Deposit Licence - No Redistribution, No Modifications