Neglected determinants relative to social well-being: an evidence from empirical studies

Norizan, Abdul Ghani and Fadzli, Adam and Mohamad Fauzi, Abdul Latib (2020) Neglected determinants relative to social well-being: an evidence from empirical studies. Talent Development & Excellence, 12 (3s). ISSN 1869-0459

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Social well-being is one of the aspects related to individuals’ health. But unfortunately, studies have not been focusing on relative determinants of social well-being. Therefore, this study aims to evaluate whether previously conducted empirical studies (from 2011 to 2019) have identified the influence of determinant factors on social well-being or not. As the issue of social well-being deterioration that occurs among people is the manifestation of related factors within communities particularly in Malaysia. Online databases such as Google Scholar, Sociological Abstracts, International Bibliography of Social Sciences, PsycINFO, Springer Link, Arts and Humanities, Science Direct, Sociological Index, and Scopus have utilized to explore determinants relative to social well-being. However, no study has examined the impact of these selected determinants on individuals’ social well-being in developed countries as well as in Malaysia. All selected determinants and individuals’ social well-being needs to be evaluating in future studies to improve the community’s social well-being for the sake of performance and economic growth by implementing the appropriate policies.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: social well-being, community well-being, dimensions of well-being, indicators.
Subjects: B Philosophy. Psychology. Religion > BF Psychology
Divisions: Faculty of Applied Social Sciences
Depositing User: Fatin Safura
Date Deposited: 07 Apr 2022 02:11
Last Modified: 07 Apr 2022 02:11

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