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2011 Relative standing and subjective well-being in South Africa: the role of perceptions, expectations and income mobility
Most studies that explore the impact of relative standing on subjective well being use objective measures of the individual???s relative pos...
The sites for earning a living and for maintaining a family, of production and reproduction, remain geographically separated for many South ...