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Bibliographic Subjects » CORRELATES OF HAPPINESS » Situational correlates of happiness » Individual circumstances » Social status of more and less happy people » Social rank » Own rank adults » Actual rank » Occupational prestige

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CORRELATES OF HAPPINESS Situational correlates of happiness Individual circumstances Social status of more and less happy people Social rank Own rank adults Actual rank Occupational prestige
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Occupational prestige, career, profession
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Publications that report an empirical study that used a valid measure of happiness, the results of which are eligible for inclusion in the findings archive

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List of Publications on this Subject

Authors Title / Source Year Feather, N.T. Perceived Affect Following Male and Female Success and Failure in Occupations.
Australian Journal of Psychology, 1978, Vol. 30, 133 - 145
1978
Habich, R.; Bulmahn, T.; Noll, H.H. Soziale Lagen un Mobilität. (Social Position and Mobility).
Statistisches Bundesamt;Ed.: "Datenreport 1997", Bonn Aktuell Verlag, 1997, Germany, 590 - 598
1997
Inglehart, R.; Rabier, J.R. Aspirations Adapt to Situations - But why are the Belgians much Happier than the French?
Andrews, F.M.;Ed.: "Research on the Quality of Life", ISR, 1986, Ann Arbor, USA, 1 - 56
1986
Inkeles, A. Industrial Man: The Relation of Status to Experience, Perception and Value.
The American Journal of Sociology, 1960, Vol. 66, 1-31
1960
Cason, H. General Curves and Conditions of Feeling.
Journal of Applied Psychology, 1931, Vol. 15, 126 - 148
1931
Ballas, D.; Dorling, D.; Shaw, M. Societal Inequality, Health and Well-Being.
Haworth, J. Hart, G.(Eds).: ''Well-Being. Individual. Community and Social Perspectives'', Palgrave/Macmillan, 2007, New York, USA, 163 - 186
2007
Nettle, D. Socio-Economic Status and Subjective Well-Being.
Paper 2005, New Castle University, UK.
2005
Yeh, H.-J.; Hseih, Y,-S; Tsay, R.,-M Self-Evaluation Affects Subjective Well-Being: The Effects of Socioeconomic Status and Personality in Taiwan
Filomena Maggino, Ed.: "Social Indicators Research Series 57, A New Research Agenda for Improvements in Quality of Life", Springer International Publishing AG Switzerland, Swiss, 2015, 109 - 134
2015
Wiggins, C.; Bowman, S.Y. Career Success and Life Satisfaction for Female and Male Healthcare Managers.
Hospital Topics, 2000. Vol. 78, 5 - 10
2000
Johansson, G.; Huang, Q.; Lindfors, P. A Life-Span Perspective on Women’s Careers, Health, and Well-Being
Social Science & Medicine, 2007, Vol. 65, 685 - 697
2007