2018 年 2018 巻 103 号 p. 132-137
In recent years, there has been an increasing interest in subjective well-being and efforts have been made to use this measure as a basis for policy decisions. This study conducted a quantitative analysis of the impact of (1) subjective satisfaction with residential areas and (2) subjective satisfaction with the building of residences on subjective well-being. The results revealed that while the impact of these two factors on subjective well-being was less than that of satisfaction with familial relationships , it was greater than satisfaction with workplace relationships . Furthermore, the impact of satisfaction with residential areas was greater than that of satisfaction with building residences, and whether or not one owned their home did not have an impact.