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The Meaning and Measurement of Well-Being as an Indicator of Success
Book Item (Buchkapitel, Lexikonartikel, jur. Kommentierung, Beiträge in Sammelbänden)
 
ID 2362579
Author(s) Keller, Anita C.; Semmer, Norbert K.; Samuel, Robin; Bergman, Manfred Max
Author(s) at UniBasel Samuel, Robin
Bergman, Manfred Max
Year 2014
Title The Meaning and Measurement of Well-Being as an Indicator of Success
Book title Psychological, Educational and Sociological Perspectives on Success and Well-Being in Career Development
Publisher Springer
Place of publication New York
Pages S. 171-193
ISSN/ISBN 978-94-017-8910-3
Keywords Well-being, Satisfaction, Positive affect, Negative affect, Career success, Work success
Abstract This chapter discusses the conceptualization and measurement of well-being and success, and the relationships between the two. Many scholars in well-being research agree that well-being consists of three components (satisfaction, positive and negative affect). There are less well established definitions in the area of success. Frequently, success is conceptualized in terms of career success, distinguishing between objective and subjective indicators. These indicators most often include salary, status, and career satisfaction; they are sometimes criticized for being inappropriate in current labor markets and as to their individual meaning. In this chapter, we propose to widen the understanding of career success by incorporating the broader concept of work success in terms of success episodes, referring to task performance, pro-social success, appreciation and feedback as indicators of short-term and long-term successes.
edoc-URL http://edoc.unibas.ch/dok/A6254412
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Digital Object Identifier DOI 10.1007/978-94-017-8911-0
 
   

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