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Job Satisfaction, Marital Satisfaction and the Quality of Life: A Review and a Preview

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Part of the Social Indicators Research Series book series (SINS, volume 19)

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The paper contains a global review of recent work on social indicators or quality of life measurement and more specific reviews of work on job satisfaction, satisfaction and happiness with life as a whole, and marital and sexual satisfaction. A variety of species of gap-theoretic explanatory theories are described and their alleged successes are noted. Finally, multiple discrepancies theories are sketched and some results of their application are indicated.

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Life Satisfaction Sexual Satisfaction Management Journal Marital Satisfaction Apply Psychology 
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