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Bibliographic subject: How universal is happiness?

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DETERMINANTS OF HAPPINESS Further issues How universal is happiness?
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How universal is happiness?,cultural difference, culturally relative
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List of Publications on this Subject

Authors Title / Source Year Veenhoven, R. How Universal is Happiness?
Diener, E.;Helliwell, J.F.;Kahneman, D.;Eds.: ''International Differences in Well-Being'', Oxford University Press, 2010, New York, USA, Chapter 11
Agrawal, S.; Harter, J.K. Wellbeing Meta-analysis: a worldwide Study of the Relationship between the five Elements of Wellbeing and Life Evaluation, daily Experiences , Health, and Giving.
The Gallup Organization, 2011, USA
Veenhoven, R. Does Happiness Differ Across Cultures?
Selin, H.;Davey, G.;Eds.: ''Happiness Across Cultures, Sciences Across Cultures;The History of Non-Western Science 6'', Springer, 2012, New York, USA, 451 - 472
Ng, Y.K. Happiness Is Absolute, Universal, Ultimate, Unidimensional, Cardinally Measurable and Interpersonally Comparable: Basis for the Environmentally Responsible Happy Nation Index.
Monash University, Discussion Paper 16/11, 2011, Malaysia
Ng, Y.K. Some Conceptual and Methodological Issues on Happiness: Lessons from Evolutionary Biology.
Nanyang Technological University, EGC Report No: 2013/8, Singapore
Hill, S.E.; Delpriore, D. J.; Major, B. An Evolutionary Psychological Perspective on Happiness.
David, S. A.; Boniwell, I.; Ayers, A. C.; Eds: "The Oxford Handbook of Happiness", Oxford University Press, 2013, Oxford, UK, 875 - 886
Alem, Y.; Köhlin, G. Life Satisfaction in Urban Ethiopia: Trends and determinants.
WORKING PAPERS IN ECONOMICS, 2012, No. 548, University of Gothenburg, Gothenburg, Sweden
Novin, S.; Konrath, S.H.; Tso, I. F. Self-Related and Other-Related Pathways to Subjective Well-Being in Japan and the United States.
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2014, Vol. 15, 995 - 1014
Romney, A.K.; Moore, C.C.; Rusch, C.D. Cultural Universals: Measuring the Semantic Structure of Emotion Terms in English and Japanese.
PNAS, 1997, Vol. 94, 5489 - 5494
Binder, M. Revisiting Cheerful Jane and Miserable John: The Impact of Income, Good Health, Social Contacts and Education Declines with Increasing Subjective Well-being.
Papers on Economics and Evolution, 2015, No. 1501, 1 - 17
Barrington-Leigh, C.P.; Sloman, S. Life Satisfaction among Aboriginals in the Canadian Prairies: Evidence from the Equality, Security and Community Survey.
Mcgill University Paper, 2015, 1 - 34, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Tay, L.; Diener, E. Needs and Subjective Well-Being Around the World.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 2011, Vol. 101, 354 - 365
Bond, M.H. The Pan-Culturality of Well-Being: But how does Culture fit into the Equation?
Asian Journal of Social Psychology, 2013, Vol. 16, 158 - 162
Bhuiyan, M.F.; Szulga, R. Extreme Bounds of Subjective Wellbeing: Economic Development and Micro Determinant of Life Satisfaction.
Paper Carleton College, 2015, USA
Lun, V.M.; Bond, M.H. Achieving Subjective Well-Being Around the World: The Moderating Influence of Gender, Age and National Goals for Socializing Children.
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2016, Vol. 17, 587 - 608
Wierzbicka, A. The "History of Emotions" and the Future of Emotion Research.
Emotion Review, 2010, Vol. 2, 269 - 273
Suh, E.M.; Choi, S. Predictors of Subjective Well-Being Across Cultures.
NobaScholar, 2018, 1- 14
Litwin, H. Correlates of Successful Aging: Are They Universal?
The International Journal of Aging and Human Development, 2005, Vol. 61, No. 4, 313 - 333