To assist in improving the measurement of quality of life, these guidelines provide advice on the collection and use of measures of subjective well-being. They describe the best approaches for reliably and consistently measuring various dimensions of subjective well-being and provide guidance for reporting on such measures. The guidelines also feature examples of international measures and statistics. Chapters include: Concept and validity; Methodological considerations in the measurement of subjective well-being; Measuring subjective well-being; Output and analysis of subjective well-being measures; and Illustrative examples of subjective well-being measures.
Overview and recommendations
1. Concept and validity
2. Methodological considerations in the measurement of subjective well-being
3. Measuring subjective well-being
4. Output and analysis of subjective well-being measures
Annex A. Illustrative examples of subjective well-being measures
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