SOCIAL INDICATORS AND SOCIAL REPORTING IN NEW ZEALAND, AND THE POTENTIAL CONTRIBUTION OF THE FAMILY WHÄ€NAU AND WELLBEING PROJECT
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The article discusses various reports published within the issue, including one on measuring well-being in Europe, one of personal values in life satisfaction, and another on attitudes related to immigration.
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This paper illustrates a new project developed by a cross-country team of researchers, with the aim of studying the hedonic and eudaimonic components of happiness through a mixed method approach combining both qualitative and quantitative analyses. Data were collected from 666 participants in...
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The Family Health Strategy focuses on actions to promote health, developed by its professionals along with the community. In the immanence of this group we find lines that develop reflexive processes that can release the production of a creative know-how. In this sense, the inclusion of...
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A correction to the article "Dimensions of Subjective Well-Being" that was published in the previous issue is presented.
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This paper uses recent data on U.S. children from the National Survey of Americaï¿½s Families (NSAF) to create indices that tally the number of problems or risks that individual children experience. We compare results with those from indices developed elsewhere that assess the change across...
- Consultation launched on new pupil wellbeing indicators. // Education (14637073);10/10/2008, Issue 328, p2
The article discusses a consultation by the British Department for Children, Schools and Families (DCSF) and the British Office for Standards in Education, Children's Services and Skills (OFSTED) on student well-being indicators for schools. The DCSF suggests that schools possess sufficient data...
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We attempt to examine the extent to which poverty in childhood adversely affects success in adulthood, using micro data from nationwide surveys in Japan and taking into account the recursive structure of life outcomes. We use retrospective assessments of income class at the age of 15, because...
- Measuring Changes in Family Wellbeing in New Zealand 1981â€“2001. Cotterell, Gerard; Wheldon, Mark; Milligan, Sue // Social Indicators Research;May2008, Vol. 86 Issue 3, p453
Since the mid-1980s, New Zealand has experienced extensive economic, social and political reforms. The economic impact of these changes has been closely monitored and much commented upon. However, the social impacts of the reforms on different family types are less well understood. This paper...
- Family well-being. Wolf, Greg // High Plains Journal;12/3/2012, Vol. 130 Issue 50, p6-B
The article offers steps that can aid families in appreciating what they have as well as cultivating a greater sense of family well-being which include caring, communicating, and committing.