A First Approach to the Implicit Measurement of Happiness in Latin America Through the Use of Social Networks
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This research paper can be classified as pertaining to the group of empirical studies that try to measure subjective well-being. The article presents as its greatest contributions the use of a subjective measurement of well-being based on social networks for the Latin American setting, as well as its comparative analysis with another traditional method.
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