Departmental Bulletin Paper Basic Descriptive Statistics of Japan Social Well-being Survey

Yazaki, Keitaro

2pp.99 - 109 , 2016-03 , Center for Social Well-being Studies Institute for the Development of Social Intelligence Senshu University
MEXT-Supported Program for the Strategic Research Foundation at Private Universities (2014-2018)
Forming a Social Well-being Research Consortium in Asia
The purpose of this paper is to clarify factors of subjective well-being from the basic descriptive statistics of a survey of Japan conducted in February 2015 by the Center for Social Well-being Studies at Senshu University. With the survey, we explore how social relationships influence subjective well-being with the concept of social well-being. After first explaining the survey method, we then analyze the effects of income, health condition and security on subjective well-being, and then the relations with family, co-workers, citizen groups and religion.

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