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Huodegan

A Novel Index Reflecting Both Individual Wellbeing and Social Development

Gebonden Engels 2022 9789811949487
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The core of this book is the concept of huodegan (获得感), which refers to a sense of gain that includes perceived individual wellbeing and social development. Given that measuring sense of gain has become critical in the new era of socialism with Chinese characteristics and along with the social indicators movement in the last decade, building an index for evaluating sense of gain becomes critical. Apart from reviewing the existing index systems for social development and policy and the previous studies exploring the sense of gain, this book highlights the importance of combining Chinese socio-cultural features, established theories, and index systems.

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ISBN13:9789811949487
Taal:Engels
Bindwijze:gebonden
Uitgever:Springer Nature Singapore
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<ul> <li>Chapter 1 Introduction</li><li>1.1 Research Question</li><li>1.2 Significances</li><li>1.3 Research Methods</li><li>1.4 Viewpoints and Innovation</li> <li>Chapter 2 Methodologies of Index Construction</li> <li>2.1 Theory-driven vs. Data-driven</li> <li>2.2 Objective Indicators vs. Subjective Indicators</li> <li>2.3 Unidimensional Indicators vs. Multidimensional Indicators</li> <li>2.4 Conclusions</li><li>Chapter 3 Psychological Basis of the Sense of Gain</li><li>3.1 Positive/Negative Affect</li> <li>3.2 Life Satisfaction</li> <li>3.3 Meaning in Life</li> <li>3.4 Psychological Well-being</li> <li>3.5 PREMA Model</li> <li>3.6 Conclusions</li><li>Chapter 4 Sociological Basis of the Sense of Gain</li><li>4.1 Quality of Life</li><li>4.2 Relative Deprivation</li><li>4.3 Social Representations</li><li>4.4 Conclusions</li><li>Chapter 5 Construction Theory and Index of the Sense of Gain</li><li>5.1 The Theoretical Components </li> <li>5.2 Construction of Item Pool </li> <li>5.3 Conclusions</li><li>Chapter 6 Development of the Sense of Gain Scale</li><li>6.1 Objectives</li> <li>6.2 Data and Methods</li> <li>6.3 Factor Structure and Psychometrics</li> <li>6.4 Latent Profile Analysis </li> <li>6.5 Short Version Construction</li> <li>6.6 Conclusions</li><li>Chapter 7 Sense of Gain Index Based on CGSS</li><li>7.1 Objectives</li><li>7.2 Data Description and Method</li><li>7.3 Index Construction</li><li>7.4 Empirical Analysis</li><li>7.5 Conclusions</li><li>Chapter 8 Preliminary Investigation on the Influencing Factors</li><li>8.1 Objectives</li><li>8.2 Data Sources and Research Methods</li><li>8.3 Impact of Demographic Factors on the Sense of Gain</li><li>8.4 Impact of Household Registration System on the Sense of Gain</li><li>8.5 Impact of Socioeconomic Status on the Sense of Gain</li><li>8.6 Conclusions</li><li>Chapter 9 General Conclusion and Future Studies</li><li>9.1 Main Conclusions</li><li>9.2 Limitations and Future Research Directions</li></ul>

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