Social Inquiry into Well-Being

Aims and Scope of the Journal

The international journal Social Inquiry into Well-Being (SIIW) is a peer reviewed interdisciplinary journal in social sciences  publishing theoretical and empirical work that uses a variety of methodological approaches to study the whole spectrum of aspects of well-being of the individuals and of the social groups. Since well-being is a multi-dimensional concept, SIIW is designed to attract papers that discuss individual  well-being in a variety of its dimensions (psychological well-being, social and occupational well-being, as well as spiritual and physical), as well as a large spectrum of social well-being of families, communities, and societies (including inputs of psychology, sociology, social policy, education, philosophy, etc.). We welcome papers crafted from interdisciplinary and international perspectives, based on concepts such as well-being, life satisfaction, positive development, happiness, wellness, welfare, quality of life, values, culture, community well-being and on other related issues that are meaningful for individuals and for many sectors of society. The journal accepts integrative articles and reviews, however, empirical articles constitute the core material published in the journal.


Vol 2, No 2 (2016): Social Inquiry into Well-being

Table of Contents

Philosophy

Eric Mark Kramer
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1-11
Eric Mark Kramer
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12-23

Psychology

Yael Israel-Cohen, Gabriela Kashy-Rosenbaum, Oren Kaplan
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24-33
Gwyneth A Hamann, Itai Ivtzan
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34-46
Inga Truskauskaitė-Kunevičienė
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47-54
Audra Balundė, Kristina Paradnikė
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55-62