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Bibliographic Subjects » CONCEPT of HAPPINESS » Problems of conceptualizing happiness

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CONCEPT of HAPPINESS Problems of conceptualizing happiness
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Problems of conceptualizing happiness, delineate, define, describe
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List of Publications on this Subject

Authors Title / Source Year Cumming, E.; Dean, L.R.; Newell, D.S. What is "Morale"? A Case History of a Validity Problem.
Human Organization, 1958, Vol. 17, 3 - 8
1958
Brandt, R.B. The Concept of Welfare.
Krupp, R.S.(Ed).: "The Structure of Economic Science", Prentice Hall, 1966, London, UK
1966
Laszlo, H. Was ist Gluck? (What is Happiness?)
Sozial Wissenschaftliche Studiengesellschaft Rundschau, 1988, Vol. 28, 153 - 161
1988
Gordon, R.T Conditions for Happiness.
Houghton, Mifflin, 1951, Boston, USA.
1951
Haybron, D.M. What Do We Want from a Theory of Happiness?
Metaphilosophy, 2003, Vol.34, 305 - 329
2003
Simsek, O.F. Happiness Revisited: Ontological Well-Being as a Theory-based Construct of Subjective Well-Being.
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2009, Vol. 10, 505 - 522
2009
Ott, J.C. Science and Morality: Mind the Gap, Use Happiness as a Safe Bridge!
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2013, Vol. 14, 345 - 351
2013
Galati, D.; Sotgiu, I. Happiness and Positive Emotions
Ricerce di Psicologica, 2004, Vol. 27, 41-62
2004
Kabote,S.,S.,. Revisiting Subjective Wellbeing to Stimulate Empirical Research in Sub-Saharan Africa
Social Sciences, 2017, Vol. 6, 28-34
2017