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Title: 宗教と主観的幸福感について : 死の忘却とコンサマトリー化する現代
Other Titles: Religion and Subjective Well-being : Oblivion of Death and Modern Japanese Society
Authors: 木村, 優里
濱崎, 由紀子
KIMURA, Yuri
HAMASAKI, Yukiko
Keywords: 宗教
主観的幸福感
現代若年層
マスロー
不幸スイッチ
Religion
subjective well-being
modern young generation
Maslow
unhappiness-switch
Issue Date: 15-Mar-2020
Publisher: 京都女子大学
Abstract: Numerous statistical studies have been conducted on subjective well-being, and, in recent years, studies showing that religions contribute to subjective well-being have drawn much attention. More than 70% of contemporary Japanese being reported as non-religious, what kind of factors are contributing to the “happiness” of the Japanese? In order to answer this question, we conducted a questionnaire survey on subjective well-being among youth, and carried out statistical data analysis. The results show that subjective well-being fluctuate easily for non-religious individuals because of many factors affecting them. Furthermore, satisfaction of esteem needs (Maslowʼs hierarchy of needs) strongly contributes to happiness in non-religious groups. Based on these results, we consider the problem of mental health in modern young generation, from a psychopathological point of view.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11173/3023
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