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Correlational findings

Study Ekici & Koydemir (2014): study TR 2008

Public:
15+ aged, general public, Turkey, 2008
Survey name:
EU-EVS
Sample:
Respondents:
N = 2381
Non Response:
Assessment:
Interview: face-to-face

Correlate

Authors's label
Age
Our Classification
Operationalization
Age 15-25 (reference category)
Age 26-35
Age 36-45
Age 46+

Observed Relation with Happiness

Happiness Measure Statistics Elaboration / Remarks O-SLW-c-sq-n-10-a OLRC = - p < .01 probability of being more/less happy (vs aged 15-25):

AGE 31-45
- very satisfied          - 6% (.05)
- somewhat satisfied      - 2% (.05)
- medium satisfied        + 2% (.05)
- somewhat dissatisfied   + 3% (.05)
- very dissatisfied       + 3% (.05)

AGE 46-60
- very satisfied          -10% (.01)
- somewhat satisfied      - 5% (.01)
- medium satisfied        + 3% (.01)
- somewhat dissatisfied   + 6% (.01)
- very dissatisfied       + 7% (.01)

AGE 61+
probability of being more/less happy compared to base category:
- very satisfied          - 7% (.05)
- somewhat satisfied      - 3% (.05)
- medium satisfied        + 2% (.01)
- somewhat dissatisfied   + 3% (.05)
- very dissatisfied       + 4% (.05)
O-HL-c-sq-v-4-g OLRC = - p < .01 AGE 31-45
- very happy              - 4% (ns)
- quite happy             + 0% (ns)
- not very happy          + 2% (ns)
- not at all happy        + 2% (ns)

AGE 46-60
- very happy              - 9% (.01)
- quite happy             - 1% (ns)
- not very happy          + 5% (.01)
- not at all happy        + 5% (.01)

AGE 61+
- very happy              - 5% (.10)
- quite happy             + 0% (ns)
- not very happy          + 3% (.10)
- not at all happy        + 2% (.10)

OLRCs adjusted for:
- income
- employment
- marital status
- religiosity
- gender