ABSTRACT This chapter reviews the literature on life satisfaction. Six questions are considered: 1) What is the point of studying life-satisfaction? 2) What is life-satisfaction? 3) Can life-satisfaction be measured? 4) How satisfied are we? 5) What causes us to be satisfied or dissatisfied with life? 6) Can the level of life-satisfaction be increased? These questions are considered at the individual level as well as the societal level. In the concluding section a general overview is given of the work presented in this book.

comparative, happiness, life satisfaction, review, subjective well-being
Eötvös University Press
978-963-463-081-4
hdl.handle.net/1765/16311
Department of Sociology

Veenhoven, R. (1996). The study of life-satisfaction. Eötvös University Press. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/1765/16311