The authors present the rates of single people based on the data from the European Social Survey and shows how various factors, such as subjective general health, relate to European singles’ happiness.
‘This book gave a detailed overview of the composition of single people in Europe, the nature of their social lives, personal values, and happiness. There was a lot to like about this book. Understanding diverse singlehood experiences outside of a North American context was refreshing, and the detailed information provided across different countries and time were really fascinating! The authors did a great job at using figures and tables clearly to demonstrate patterns among singles in Europe, especially for such a huge amount of data. It is a fantastic compilation of singlehood research.’– Yuthika Girme, Simon Fraser University, Canada
- Katarzyna Adamczyk
- Katarzyna Adamczyk is a member of the Singlehood Research Laboratory (SingleLab) at the Faculty of Psychology and Cognitive Science at Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Poland.
- Radosław Trepanowski
- Radosław Trepanowski is a member of the Singlehood Research Laboratory (SingleLab) at the Faculty of Psychology and Cognitive Science at Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Poland.
- Wioletta Knapik,
- Magdalena Kowalska,
- Tomasz Masłyk,
- Danka Moravčíková
- Wolfgang Kautek (Hg.),
- Heinrich Schmidinger (Hg.),
- Friederike Wall (Hg.)
- Claudia Rapp (Hg.),
- Johannes Preiser-Kapeller (Hg.)