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Bibliographic Subjects » CORRELATES OF HAPPINESS » Situational correlates of happiness » Individual circumstances » Social status of more and less happy people » Happiness and social capital

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CORRELATES OF HAPPINESS Situational correlates of happiness Individual circumstances Social status of more and less happy people Happiness and social capital
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Happiness and social capital, social assets, connections, relations, reputation, resources
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List of Publications on this Subject

Authors Title / Source Year Appau, S.; Churchill, S.A.; Smyth, R.; Zhang, S. Social Capital Inequality and Subjective Wellbeing of Older Chinese
MPRA Paper, 2019, No.96427, Munich Personal RRepEc Archive, Munich, Germany
2019
Arampatzi, E.; Burger, M.; Novik, N. Social Network Sites, Individual Social Capital and Happiness.
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2018, Vol. 19, 99 - 122.
2018
Atılgan, D.; Tükel, Y Social Capital and Satisfaction with Life during the COVID -19 Pandemic: A Case Study on Coaches
International Journal on Social and Education Sciences (IJonSES), 2021, Vol. 3, 342 - 359
2021
Bartolini, S.; Bilancini, E.; Pugno, M. Did the Decline in Social Capital Decrease American Happiness? A Relational Explanation of the Happiness Paradox.
Working Paper nr. 513, University of Siena, August 2007, Siena, Italy
2007
Bartolini, S.; Bilancini, E.; Pugno, M. American Declines in Social Capital and Happiness: Is There Any Linkage?
Paper, University of Siena, 2009, Italy
2009
Bartolini, S.; Sarracino, F. Happy for How Long? How Social Capital and GDP relate to Happiness over Time.
Paper no. 621, University of Siena, Department of Political Economics, 2011, Siena, Italy
2011
Bartolini, S.; Sarracino, F. The Dark Side of Chinese Growth: Explaining Decreasing Well-Being in Times of Economic Boom.
MPRA Working Paper, 2014, No. 57765, Munich, Germany
2014
Guo, M.; Dong, X.; Liu, J.; Wang, Y. Ethnic enclaves, social capital, and psychological well-being of immigrants: the case of Chinese older immigrants in Chicago
Aging & Mental Health, 27, 1077-1085
2022