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February 26, 2014

Social Indicators Research, Vol. 115, No. 3

Social Indicators Research, Volume 115 Number 3 is now available on SpringerLink.

 

In this issue:

 

Work Matters: Work Personal Projects and the Idiosyncratic Linkages Between Traits, Eudaimonic and Hedonic Well-being
Isabel Albuquerque , Margarida Pedroso de Lima , Marcela Matos & Cláudia Figueiredo
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Validation of a Brief Yesterday Measure of Hedonic Well-Being and Daily Activities: Comparison with the Day Reconstruction Method
Christopher Christodoulou , Stefan Schneider & Arthur A. Stone
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Investigating Longitudinal and Cross Cultural Measurement Invariance of Inglehart’s Short Post-materialism Scale
Lianne Ippel , John P. T. M. Gelissen & Guy B. D. Moors
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On the Predictive Effect of Multidimensional Importance-Weighted Quality of Life Scores on Overall Subjective Well-Being
Chia-Huei Wu , Cheng-Ta Yang & Li-Na Huang
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Users Beware: Variable Effects of Parenthood on Happiness Within and Across International Datasets
Matthew A. Andersson , Jennifer Glass & Robin W. Simon
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Does Trust Mean the Same for Migrants and Natives? Testing Measurement Models of Political Trust with Multi-group Confirmatory Factor Analysis
Stéfanie André
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Socio-Cultural Impacts of Major Event: Evidence From the 2008 European Capital of Culture, Liverpool
Yi-De Liu
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The influence of perceived control on subjective wellbeing in later life
S. de Quadros-Wander , J. McGillivray & J. Broadbent
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Social Indicators and Voting: The Turkish Case
Emre Toros
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Youth Future Civic Participation in Europe: Differences Between the East and the Rest
Plamen Mirazchiyski , Daniel H. Caro & Andrés Sandoval-Hernández
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Psychological Well-Being, Job Strain and Education Among Young Finnish Precarious Employees
Ellen Ek , Anitta Sirviö , Markku Koiranen & Anja Taanila
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Factors that Influence the Life Satisfaction of Women Living in the Northern Cyprus
Ozge Gokdemir & Emine Tahsin
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The Hedonic and Eudaimonic Validity of the Orientations to Happiness Scale
Luke Wayne Henderson , Tess Knight & Ben Richardson
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The Health Benefits of College Education in Urban China: Selection Bias and Heterogeneity
Anning Hu
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Passion for a Leisure Activity, Presence of Meaning, and Search for Meaning: The Mediating Role of Emotion
Shilei Zhang , Rui Shi , Xufeng Liu & Danmin Miao
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Out-of-pocket Expenditure on Health Care Among Elderly and Non-elderly Households in India
Sanjay K. Mohanty , Rajesh K. Chauhan , Sumit Mazumdar & Akanksha Srivastava
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Academic Buildings and Their Influence on Students’ Wellbeing in Higher Education Institutions
Shehu Muhammad , Maimunah Sapri & Ibrahim Sipan
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The Impact of Macro-Economic Circumstances and Social Protection Expenditure on Economic Deprivation in 25 European Countries, 2007–2011
Mark Visser , Maurice Gesthuizen & Peer Scheepers
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