Preface. Section I: Tests of Theories of Subjective Well-Being. Two versions of the American Dream: Which goals and values make for a high quality of life? T. Kasser. Stability in Components and Predictors of Subjective Well-being (SWB): Implications for SWB Structure; A. Kozma, S. Stone. An Integrative Explanation for Quality of Life: Development and Test of a Structural Model; K.L. Cranzin, L.M. Haggard. Sense of Well-being and Perceived Quality of Life in Calcutta; S.K. Dasgupta, S. Majumdar. Section II: Subjective Well-Being and Work: Income, Employment, and Job Satisfaction. The relationship between income, changes in income and life-satisfaction in West Germany and the Russian Federation: absolute, relative, or a combination of both? P. Schyns. Job Satisfaction, Wages, and Allocation of Men and Women; W. Groot, H. Maassen van den Brink. The Job/Life Satisfaction Relationship Among Professional Accountants: Psychological Determinants and Demographic Differences; D. Efraty, et al. Social Participation and Subjective Well-being of Long-term Unemployed: Why is Paid Work so Hard to Substitute for? A.C. van Bruggen. Home-based Employment and Quality of Life: A Time-use Analysis; W. Michelson. Section III: Societal Institutions of Quality of Life: Health Care Assessment and Political Representation. Improving Mental and Physical Health Care Through Quality of Life Therapy and Assessment; W.B. Frisch. Democratic Governance: the Need for Equal Representation of Women; D. Paul.
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