Well-Being and Cultures

Perspectives from Positive Psychology

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ISBN: 978-94-007-4610-7 (Print) 978-94-007-4611-4 (Online)

Table of contents (13 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-vi

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    Pages 1-10

    Positive Psychology and Cross-Cultural Research

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    Pages 11-29

    VIA Character Strengths: Research and Practice (The First 10 Years)

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    Pages 31-49

    Addressing Current Challenges in Cross-Cultural Measurement of Well-Being: The Pemberton Happiness Index

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    Pages 51-69

    Communal Values and Individualism in Our Era of Globalization: A Comparative Longitudinal Study of Three Different Societies

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    Pages 71-81

    The Relation of Basic Psychological Needs, Intrinsic and Extrinsic Life Goals, and Collectivism with Subjective Well-Being: A Case in Macedonia

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    Pages 83-102

    The Ubiquity of the Character Strengths in African Traditional Religion: A Thematic Analysis

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    Pages 103-116

    Culture, Environmental Psychology, and Well-Being: An Emergent Theoretical Framework

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    Pages 117-134

    Religion, Spirituality, and Well-Being Across Nations: The Eudaemonic and Hedonic Happiness Investigation

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    Pages 135-159

    The Relationship of South African Consumers’ Living Standards and Demographic Variables with Their Life Satisfaction

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    Pages 161-170

    Circumstances of Well-Being Among Czech College Students

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    Pages 171-182

    Income Is Not Associated with Positive Affect, Life Satisfaction, and Subjective Happiness Among Japanese Workers

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    Pages 183-194

    Relationships Between Self-Serving Attributional Bias and Subjective Well-Being Among Danish and Spanish Women

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    Pages 195-217

    Optimistic Attributional Style and Parental Behaviour in the Educational Framework: A Cross-Cultural Perspective

  15. Back Matter

    Pages 219-221