Bibliographic subjects

Bibliographic subject: Religiousness in nation

Classification path:
CORRELATES OF HAPPINESS Situational correlates of happiness Societal context: National setting Nation characteristics Culture in the nation Religiousness in nation
Additional keywords
Religiousness in nation,church, faith, mosk, religion, spirituality
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List of Publications on this Subject

Authors Title / Source Year Berg, M.C. Geluk in Landen: Een Empirische Studie naar Condities voor een Gelukkige Samenleving. ( Happiness in Nations. An Emperical Study of Conditions for a Happy Society).
Doctoral Thesis Department of Social Science, Erasmus University, 2010, Rotterdam, Netherlands
Okulicz-Kozaryn, A. Religiosity and Life Satisfaction Across Nations.
Mental Health, Religion & Culture, 2010, Vol. 13, 155 - 169
Okulicz-Kozaryn, A. Does Religious Diversity Make Us Unhappy?
Mental Health, Religion & Culture, 2011, Vol. 14, 1063 - 1076
Clark, A.E.; Lelkes, O. Let us Pray: Religious Interaction in Life Satisfaction.
Working Paper No. 2009-01, Paris School of Economics, 2009, Paris, France
Berg, M.C.; Veenhoven, R. Geloof en Geluk in Landen. (Happiness and Religion in Nations).
Ethiek en Maatschappij, 2009, Vol. 12, 49 - 69
Opfinger, M. Religiosity and Personal Well-Being: People can be Happy with or without Religion.
Kiel Advanced Studies Working Paper no 455, 2010, Germany
Cohen-Zada, D.; Zander, W. Religious Participation versus Shopping: What Makes People Happier?
Journal of Law and Economics, 2011, Vol. 54, 889-906
Bond, M.H.; Li, L.M.; Lun, V.M.C. Religion and the Life Satisfaction of Young Persons around the World: Personal Values and Societal Context
Trommsdorff, G., Xinyin, C.: "Values. Religion, and Culture in Adolescent Development", Cambridge, 2011, Cambridge, UK, Chap. 5
Elliott, M.; Hayward, R.D. Religion and Life Satisfaction Worldwide: the Role of Government Regulation.
Sociology and Religion, 2009, Vol. 70, 285 - 310
Gundlach, E.; Opfinger, M. Religiosity as a Determinant of Happiness.
Working Paper no. 163, GIGA, 2011, Hamburg, Germany
Jagodzinski, W. Economic, Social, and Cultural Determinants of Life. Satisfaction: Are there Differences Between Asia and Europe?
Social Indicators Research, 2010, Vol. 97, 85 - 104
Myers, D.G. Religious Engagement And Well - Being.
David, S. A.; Boniwell, I.; Ayers, A. C.; Eds: "The Oxford Handbook of Happiness", Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK, 88 - 100
Meulemann, H. Self-Concern, Self-Transcendence, and Well-Being.
European Sociological Review, 2010, Vol. 26, 385 - 399
Kroll, C. Social Capital and the Happiness of Nations - Data and Method.
Kroll, C.: " Social Capital and the Happiness of Nations", Peter Lang GmbH, 2008, , 89 - 125, Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Deaton, A.; Stone, A.A. Two Happiness Puzzles.
American Economical Review, 2013, Vol. 103, 591 - 597
Joshanloo, M.; Weijers, D. Religiosity Moderates the Relationship between Income Inequality and Life Satisfaction across the Globe.
Social Indicators Research Online, 2015, 1-20
Joshanloo, M.; Weijers, D. Religiosity Reduces the Negative Influence of Injustice on Subjective Well-being: A Study in 121 Nations.
Applied Research in Quality of Life, 2015, Vol.1, 1 - 24
Shariff, A.F.; Aknin, L.B. The Emotional Toll of Hell: Cross-National and Experimental Evidence for the Negative Well-Being Effects of Hell Beliefs.
PLOS ONE, Open Acces, 2014, Vol. 9, e85251, 1 - 9
Stavrova, O.; Fetchenhauer, D.; Schlösser, T. Why are Religious People Happy? The Effect of the Social Norm of Religiosity Across Countries.
Social Science Reseach, 2013, Vol. 42, 90 - 105
Diener, E.; Myers, D.G.; Tay, L. The Religion Paradox: If Religion Makes People Happy, Why Are So Many Dropping Out?
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 2011, Vol. 101, 1278 - 1290
Inglehart, R. Faith and Freedom: Traditional and Modern Ways to Happiness.
Book: International Differences in Wellbeing, 2010, Chapter 12, 351 - 388
Graham, C.; Crown, S. Religion and Wellbeing around the World: Social Purpose, Social Time, or Social Insurence?
International Journal of Wellbeing, 2014, Vol.4, 1 - 27
Plouffe, R.A.; Tremblay, P.F. The Relation between Income and Life Satisfaction: Does Religiosity play a Role?
Personality and Individual Differences, 2017, Vol 109, 67 - 71
Eichhorn, J. Happiness for Believers? Contextualizing the Effects of Religiosity on Life-Satisfaction.
European Sociological Review , 2011, Vol. 0, 1 - 11
Jagodzinski, W. Autonomy, Religiosity and National Identification as Determinants of Llife Satisfaction: A Theoretical and Empirical Model and its Application to Japan.
Contemporary Japan, 2011, Vol. 23, 93 - 127
Moller, V.; Roberts, B.; Tiliouine, H. 'Waiting for Happiness’ in Africa
Helliwell, J et al (Eds.) "World Happiness Report", 2017, Sustainable Development Solutions Network, New York, USA, 84 - 121
Myers, D.G.; Diener, E. The Scientific Pursuit of Happiness.
Perspectives on Psychological Science, 2018, Vol. 13, 218 - 225
Kosher, H.; Ben-Arieh, A. Religion and Subjective Well-being among Children: A comparison of six Religion Groups.
Children and Youth Services Review, 2017, Vol. 80, 63 - 77
Joshanloo, M. Cultural Religiosity as the Moderator of the Relationship Between Affective Experience and Life Satisfaction: A Study in 147 Countries
Emotion, 2018, online, 1-8
Joshanloo, M. Religiosity moderates the relationship between negative affect and life satisfaction: A study in 29 European countries
Journal of Research in Personality, 2016, Vol. 61, 11-14
Joshanloo, M.; Weijers, D. Religiosity Reduces the Negative Influence of Injustice on Subjective Well-being: A Study in 121 Nations
Applied Research in Quality of Life, 2014,