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The objective of the present study is an investigation of the objective and subjective factors of life quality. Researchers and political leaders show increasing interest in the question: on what grounds do people judge their quality of life, what satisfies or makes them happy? Do we subconsciously make some kinds of mathematical calculations weighing our results achieved in certain areas of life to assess how we are getting on? Or rather we use one "indicator" (e.g. money, number of friends,doi:10.19041/apstract/2013/4-5/18 fatcat:jvdbirtchvf5dn7kdxkfi6nsc4