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CONCEPT of HAPPINESS Difference with wider notions of wellbeing
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Difference with wider notions of wellbeing, divergence, hedonic vs eudaimonic, qualities of life, notions of the good life
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List of Publications on this Subject

Authors Title / Source Year Campbell, A. Quality of Life as a Psychological Phenomenon.
Strumpel, B. (Ed) "Subjective Elements of Well-Being.", 1972, OECD, Paris, France
Naess, S. Subjective Approach to Quality of Life.
Feminist Economics, 1999, Vol. ??, pp ??
Veenhoven, R. Qualità della Via e Felicità non Proprio la Stessa Cosa. (Quality-of-Life and Happiness: Not Quite the Same).
DeGirolamo, G.;et al;Eds.: " Salute e Qualità della Vita", Centro Scientifico Editore, 2001, Torino, Italy, 67 - 95
Veenhoven, R. The Four Qualities of Life. Ordering Concepts and Measures of the Good Life.
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2000, Vol. 1, 1 - 39
Veenhoven, R. Reactie op Rapport ''Duurzame Kwaliteit van Leven''. (Responce on Report ''Sustainable Quality of Life'').
Robeyns, I.;VanderVeen, R.J.; ''Duurzame Kwaliteit van Leven'', Milieu- en Natuurplanbureau, 2007, Report 550031005/207, Bilthoven, Netherlands
Veenhoven, R. Quality-of-Life Research.
Bryant, C.D.; Peck,D.L.;Ed.: '21e Century Sociology, A Reference Handbook', Sage, Thousand Oaks, 2007, California, USA.
Veenhoven, R. Happy Life Years. A Measure of Gross National Happiness.
Ura, K.; Galay, K.; Ed.: "Gross national Happiness and Development, Proceedings of the First International Seminar on ' Operationalization of Gross national Happiness ', 2004, Thimphu, Bhutan, 287 - 318.
Kashdan, T.B.; Biswas-Diener, R.; King, L.A. Reconsidering Happiness: The Costs of Distinguishing between Hedonics and Eudaimonia.
The Journal of Positive Psychology, 2008, Vol. 3, 219 - 233
Waterman, A.S. Reconsidering Happiness: A Eudaimonist's Perspective.
The Journal of Psychology, 2008, Vol. 3, 234-252
Keyes, C.L.; Annas, J. Feeling Good and Functioning Well: Distinctive Concepts in Ancient Philosophy and Contemporary Science.
The Journal of Positive Psychology, 2009, Vol.4, 197 - 201