Citation Classics from Social Indicators Research: The Most Cited Articles Edited and Introduced by Alex C. Michalos

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Alex C. Michalos
Springer Science & Business Media, Jan 28, 2006 - Social Science - 622 pages
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Social Indicators Research: An International and Interdisciplinary Journal for Quality-of-Life Measurement was founded by Alex C. Michalos and published its first issue in March 1974. It has been the leading journal for scholarly research in its field for over thirty years. This volume is published in celebration of that record of accomplishment. The 19 articles assembled here are a selection drawn from the 34 (2.4%) most frequently cited articles in the journal’s history. An introductory essay written by Michalos explains the historical and scientific importance of each article in the development of social indicators or quality-of-life research. It provides a rare overview of the perceived scientific problems that researchers around the world addressed in the first three decades of exploration, as well as a view of some of the problems to be addressed in the future. A short essay describing the origins of the journal by its founder is also included. Anyone interested in having a single volume that contains some of the best research produced in this field will find this volume irresistible.

 

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Contents

Multiple discrepancies theory MDT 1985 Alex C Michalos 305
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A case study of the development
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Results from
75
Objective
101
Quality of life 1975 117
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Does money buy satisfaction? 1975
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On the multivariate structure of wellbeing 1975
145
The structure of subjective wellbeing in nine western
173
The stability and validity of quality of life measures 1982
259
The analysis and measurement of happiness as a sense
279
index of Happiness and mental health 1988 Michael W Fordyce
373
Topdown versus bottomup theories of subjective wellbeing 1991 401
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Is happiness a trait? 1994 Ruut Veenhoven
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On the trail of the gold standard for subjective wellbeing 1995 Robert A Cummins
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An attempt to order chaos 1996 Robert A Cummins 559
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Index 589
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Their affective cognitive
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Satisfaction and happiness 1980
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Alex Michalos is the author of 18 books, including "Militarism and the Quality of Life" (1989) and "A Pragmatic Approach to Business Ethics" (1995). He has also authored the 5-volume "North American Social Report: A Comparative Quality of Life in Canada and the United States from 1964 to 1974" (198-82), as well as the 4-volume "Global Report on Student Well-Being" (1991-93). Michalos is also the founder of three scholarly journals. He currently teaches politics and social science at the University of Northern British Columbia.

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