Well-being is a broad concept which covers development, income, education, marriage, family life etc. When speaking about well-being in a nation we denote how well its citizens live. There are two approaches to assess how well people live. One is to consider to what extent the country provides conditions deemed essential for a good life, which is called presumed approach. The other approach is to asses how well people thrive which we call apparent approach. Moreover when speaking about well-being, we use objective, subjective and mixed indicators. Subjective indicators are emotions which are outcomes of experiences whereas objective indicators comprise factors which generates emotions. Mixed indicators covers both objective and subjective indicators.
|Title of host publication
|'Kalkinmada yeni yaklasimlar' (New approaches to development)
|Y. Hazirlayander, A.F. Aysan, D. Dumladag
|Place of Publication
|Number of pages
|Published - 2014
- ESSB SOC