Does the Quality of a Place Affect Well-being?

František Murgaš, Michal Klobučník
2016 Ekológia (Bratislava)  
An important methodological question in the general discourses concerning the quality of life is scale and mutual relationship of its two dimensions. In this article, the subjective dimension is understood as well-being; data from its spatial differentiation in districts of the Czech Republic were obtained from a face-to-face interview. The objective dimension is understood from the geographical aspect as quality of a place; it is quantified by the indicators of the golden standard of quality
more » ... life. Data from its spatial differentiation in districts of the Czech Republic are secondary. The article aims to compare the data of well-being and quality of a place for all the districts, with a premise of a higher level of well-being in the districts with a higher quality of a place, and vice-versa. This would answer the question of whether the quality of a place affects well-being.
doi:10.1515/eko-2016-0018 fatcat:bmvkpa2i4jdgjkjgtfbtc6zxea