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Studies

Noble (2009): study UA Kharkiv oblast 2007

Publication

Author(s):
Noble, O.
Title:
Subjective Well-Being: A Ukrainian Case Study.
Source:
Thesis, 2009, University College London, UK

Investigation

Public:
18-85 aged, general public, 2 districts in city Kyiv, Ukraine, 2007
Survey name:
Unnamed study
Sample:
Non-probability accidental sample
Respondents:
N = 136
Non Response:
Assessment:
Questionnaire: paper

Happiness Measure(s) and Distributional Findings

Full text:
Selfreport on single question:

Taking all into account, right now would you say that you are:
4  very happy
3  quite happy
2  not very happy
1  not at all happy
Classification:
O-HL-m-sq-v-4-a
Author's label:
Happiness
Remarks:
weighted mean: Borshegovka   N=86   M=2.76   sd=0.86;   Pechersk  N=50  M=2.92  sd:0.72
Page in publication:
284
Observed distribution
Frequencies
1: 0%,   2: 0%,   3: 0%,   4: 0%
Summary Statistics
On original range 1 - 4 On range 0-10
Mean:
2.82

Correlational Findings

Author's label Subject Description Finding Relative Happiness Perceived difference with own happiness Health Global health rating Satisfaction with finances Satisfaction with financial situation Relative satisfaction with finances Satisfaction with income\finances Saving money in the past year Being able to save Liking your neighbourhood Attitude to neighborhood Liking your block Attitudes to local build envirinment
Attitudes to housing
Being married/cohabiting Married state (compared to non-married states) Having children Satisfaction with having children at all Household relations Attitudes to household-members
Attitudes to intimates
Control Self perceived autonomy
Inner locus of control
Having trust in general Trusting
Trust in people
Being lonely Feeling lonely (vs not) Having a religion Current religious beliefs Being an active church member Participation in church Age Current age (in years) Gender Sex (male vs female) City district Current area of residence