Book Volume 53 2014

Gender, Lifespan and Quality of Life

An International Perspective

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ISBN: 978-94-007-7828-3 (Print) 978-94-007-7829-0 (Online)

Table of contents (16 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-viii

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    Pages 1-6

    Gender, Lifespan, Cultural Context and QOL

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    Pages 7-24

    Personal Well-being and Interpersonal Communication of 12–16 Year-Old Girls and Their Own Mothers: Gender and Intergenerational Issues

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    Pages 25-47

    Gender Dimensions of Life Quality for Adults in Australia

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    Pages 49-61

    Chasing the ‘Good Life’: Gender Differences in Work Aspirations of American Men and Women

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    Pages 63-82

    Gender Dimensions of Quality of Life in Algeria

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    Pages 83-98

    Mothers and Quality of Life in 26 EU Countries

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    Pages 99-114

    Gender and Age Differences in Subjective Well-being: Romania 1990–2005

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    Pages 115-133

    Quality of Life for Pregnant and Recent Parity Women in Lao PDR

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    Pages 135-155

    Gender Dimensions of Subjective Well-being in Russia

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    Pages 157-172

    Re-marry Fast, Die Young

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    Pages 173-182

    Gender Considerations on Income and Health in Latin America

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    Pages 183-201

    Subjective Well-being Across Gender and Age in Japan: An Econometric Analysis

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    Pages 203-227

    Gender Role Attitudes, Family Formation and Well-being in Ireland

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    Pages 229-248

    Gender and Quality of Life in Singapore

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    Pages 249-262

    Age and Gender Differences in Well-being in Croatia

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    Pages 263-271

    Conclusions and Policy Implications

  18. Back Matter

    Pages 273-276