Subjective social indicators of children's well-being: Analysis and comparison of existing indicators at European level-Mina, Elisabetta

The scope of the present study is to collect and make an initial analysis of the subjective social indicators of children's well-being already existing at European level. It starts from the assumption, suggested by Casas (2010), that adults' as well as children's subjective perception of their own wellbeing represents a valuable source of information to support political decision making and guide social change. 


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