Six Waves of the European Social Survey
2. Subjective personal and social well-being in European countries
This paper presents a comparative analysis of subjective well-being in the countries taking part in the European Social Survey (ESS) in 2012, and of changes to the level of subjective well-being in comparison to those in 2006. In the analysis the definition and the structure of subjective well-being proposed by the authors of the ESS Well-being Module (Huppert et al. 2009; Huppert et al. 2013) was assumed.
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