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VIEWS ON HAPPINESS: Views on happiness in public opinion Uses of happiness concepts Normative use
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Normative use, ideal, ideological, moral, utopian
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List of Publications on this Subject

Authors Title / Source Year Board, R.L. Health, Happiness and the Human Condition. A Theory Vying for Paradigm Status.
Dissertation, Western Institute for Social Research, 1996, Berkeley, California, USA
Christopher, J.C. Situating Psychological Well-Being: Exploring the Cultural Roots of its Theory and Research.
Journal of Counseling and Development, 1999, Vol. 77, 141 - 153
Coulmas, F. Die Illusion von Glück. Japan und der Westen. (The Illusion of Happiness. Japan and the West).
Coulmas, F.: "Die Illussion von Glück", Verlag Neue Zürcher Zeitung, 2009, Zürich, Switzerland
Mayring, P. Psychologie des Glücks. (Psychology of Happiness).
Kohlhammer, 1991, Germany
Mckay, F.; Mckay, F. Psychocapital and Shangri-Las: How Happiness became both a Means and End to Governmentality.
Health, Culture and Society, 2013, Vol 5, 36 - 50
Ott, J.C. Science and Morality: Mind the Gap, Use Happiness as a Safe Bridge!
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2013, Vol. 14, 345 - 351
Soderfeldt, Y.; Verstaete, P. From Comparison to Indices: A Disabling Perspective on the History of Happiness.
Health, Culture and Society, 2013, Vol. 5, 249 - 264
Tiberius, V.; Plakias, A. Well-Being.
Doris, J.M.;Ed.: ''The Moral Psychology Handbook'', Oxford University Press, 2010, USA, 402 - 432
Veenhoven, R. 'Hedonic’ and ‘Eudaimonic’ Happiness: Which qualifies best as a moral guide?
EHERO working paper 2020-2