Broadening the Public and Policy Discourse
Edited by Timo J. Hämäläinen and Juliet Michaelson
This book will broaden the public and policy discourse on the importance of well-being by examining psychological, social, environmental, economic, organizational, institutional and political determinants of individual well-being.
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- Well-Being and Beyond Broadening the Public and Policy Discourse
- Chapter 1: New theories and policies for well-being: introduction
- Chapter 2: In search of coherence: sketching a theory of sustainable well-being
- Chapter 3: The salutogenic framework for well-being: implications for public policy
- Chapter 4: Well-being and well-becoming: reauthorizing the subject in incoherent times
- Chapter 5: Understanding and improving the social context of well-being
- Chapter 6: Buying alone: how the decreasing American happiness turned into the current economic crisis
- Chapter 7: Creating supportive environments to foster reasonableness and achieve sustainable well-being
- Chapter 8: What implications does well-being science have for economic policy?
- Chapter 9: Well-being in organizations
- Chapter 10: The politics of consciousness
- Chapter 11: Well-being, capitalism and public policy: from generalization to granularity
- Chapter 12: Well-being for growth and democracy in the EU
- Chapter 13: Policies for well-being and health
- Chapter 14: Practical models for well-being-oriented policy
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