Children's Views on Their Lives and Well-Being: Findings from the Children's Worlds Project (Children's Well-Being: Indicators and Research #18) (Hardcover)
Chapter 1. Introduction.- Chapter 2. How the study was done.- Chapter 3. The structure of children's subjective well-being.- Chapter 4. The context of children's lives.- Chapter 5. Overall well-being.- Chapter 6. Home and family.- Chapter 7. Money and possessions.- Chapter 8. Friendships.- Chapter 9. School.- Chapter 10. Local area.- Chapter 11. Self.- Chapter 12. Time use.- Chapter 13. Synthesis.- Chapter 14. Factors associated with overall well-being.- Chapter 15. Discussion and conclusions.
Gwyther Rees (Social Policy Research Unit, University of York, UK) is the Research Director of the Children's Worlds project - an international study of children's lives and well-being. Gwyther has researched and published on a range of social policy issues relevant to children and young people as well as on children's subjective well-being.