Exploring features and implications for personal and social empowerment from a substantially interdisciplinary point of view.
Like the Journal of Happiness Studies, the series explores happiness through both objective and subjective indicators. Subjective aspects comprise cognitive evaluations (like life satisfaction), positive affect and emotions, development of meanings, competences, and goals.
Key issues includes appraisal of life, work conditions, mental and physical health, developmental trajectories throughout the life span, socio-economic conditions, cultural aspects, and their impact on individual and social well-being.
The series welcomes multidisciplinary contributions, covering sociological, psychological, biological, cultural and economic dimensions, gathered around a unifying theme. Manuscripts can be send to:
- Publishing Editor: Esther Otten, Esther.Otten@Springer.com
- Editor-in-Chief: Antonella Delle Fave, firstname.lastname@example.org.