* Do Young People Have a Set Point of Happiness? Panel Evidence from the Taiwan Youth Project ~ Ming-Chang Tsai
* The U.S. General Social Survey Website Update Announcement ~ Tom W. Smith
* ISQOLS President’s Message ~ Rhonda Phillips
Fall, December 2015, Number 126
Coming in August 2016

* Global Decline in Well-Being ~ Ron Anderson
* Lessons from Arizona ~ Mahar Mangahas
* ISQOLS President’s Message ~ Rhonda Phillips

Fall, December 2015, Number 125

*The Contribution of Falling Mortality Rates and Rising Life Expectancy to Growth in the Canadian Standard of Living
*Recent Developments in Molecular Biology Relevant to Quality-of-Life Research
*Sunny Side Down? Comment on Ronald E. Anderson “Progress in Measuring Human Suffering”

Spring and Summer, May & August 2015, Numbers 123 & 124

*Child Well-Being and Child Suffering: Cross-National Relationships to Human Development
*Wolfgang Glatzer Honored
*Global Handbook of Quality of Life: Explorations of Well-Being of Nations and Continents – Publication Announcement and Description
*Conference on Dealing with Complexity in Society: From Plurality of Data to Synthetic Indicator

Winter, February 2014, Number 122

*Progress in Measuring Human Suffering Worldwide
*Messages from ISQOLS Pres. and Exec. Dir.
Fall, December 2014, Number 121
*Why Sociological Theory of Happiness Fall Short
*Report on the Research Committee 55: Social Indicators Sessions at the XVIII ISA World Congress of Sociology

Spring and Summer, May & August 2014, Numbers 119 & 120

*Four Decades of Monitoring Social Conditions and Trends in American Society:  The General Social Survey, 1972-2006
*The Encyclopedia of Quality of Life and Well-Being Research
Winter, February 2014, Number 118


*Report on Symposium on the History of Well-Being
*QoLexity:  Measuring, Monitoring and Analysis of Quality of Life and its Complexity, New Master’s Degree Program, U of Florence
Fall, November 2013, Number 116
*Using Time as a Social Indicator
*“Long-term trends in Quality of Life” Mid-term conference of the ISA Research Committee 55 on Social Indicators
Spring and Summer, May & August 2013, Numbers 114 & 115
*Happiness, Growth, and Public Policy, First Lecture in the Richard J. Estes Lecture Series on International and Comparative QoL Research, XI International Society for Quality-of-Life Studies Conference
*The 4th International Society for Child Indicators (ISCI), Conference Theme:  Child Indicators in a Globalized World
*“Long-term trends in Quality of Life” Mid-term conference of the ISA Research Committee 55 on Social Indicators
Winter, February 2013, Number 113


*Report on the XI ISQOLS Conference “Discovering New Frontiers in Quality of Life Research”
*Viewing the World at the Venice ISQOLS conference 2012
*Differences in Child Well-Being Among U.S. States
Fall, November 2012, Number 112

*Violent Bullying Victimization in Middle and High School Contexts in the United States:  A Social Trends Report
*Richard Easterlin’s Impact on the Growth Debate
*Encyclopedia of Quality of Life Research Progresses

Spring and Summer, May & August 2012, Numbers 110 & 111
*Reviews of Web-Based Social Reports, Review 2:  The United Nations Development Programme’s Human Development Index (HDI)
*The 11th ISQOLS Conference "Discovering New Frontiers in Quality of Life Research"
Winter, February 2012, Number 109


*The Validity of Life Satisfaction Measures
*The 11th International Conference of the International Society for Quality-of-Life Studies
*4th Greenville Family Symposium
Fall, November 2011, Number 108

*The Australian Unity Wellbeing Index:  One Decade On
*Reviews of Web-Based Social Reports, Review 1:  The United Kingdom’s Social Trends

Spring and Summer, May & August 2011, Numbers 106 & 107
*Measuring Well-Being in the Netherlands
*Keys to Happiness From 100 Prominent Experts from Around the World
Winter, February 2011, Number 105


*A Human Development Report on America in the Early 2000s
*Quality of Life:  Reflections, Studies and Research in Italy
*Obtaining Weights:  From Objective to Subjective Approaches In View of More Participative Methods In the Construction of Composite Indicators of Well-Being
Fall, November 2010, Number 104
* The Good Society Framework:  An Essay on Understanding the Quality of Life
*Japanese Sociologists on Passive Happiness
*Happiness and Psychological Capital as Resources for Work and Life
Spring and Summer, May & August 2010, Numbers 102 & 103
*Anticipating the Impacts of Significant Societal Events on Well-Being—A Case Study:  The Impacts of the Great Recession On Child and Youth Well-Being in the United States
*Social Indicators at the XVII ISA World Congress of Sociology, July 11-17, 2010
Winter, February 2010, Number 101


*The Easterlin Paradox Revisited, Revised, and Perhaps Resolved
*Measuring Progress:  Let’s All Be Serious
*Comment on Mahar Mangahas’ Article, the OECD Forum, and the Stiglitz Report
Fall, November 2009, Number 100
*The IX Conference of the International Society for Quality of Life Studies: First Report
*The 9th ISQOLS Conference in Florence: A Personal View
*2nd International Conference of International Society for Child Indicators
Spring and Summer, May & August 2009, Numbers 98 & 99
*Well-Being For All:  Concepts and Tools for Social Cohesion
*International Conference on “Human Development and the Environment:  Advances in Quality of Life Studies”
Winter, February 2009, Number 97


*Recommendations to the New U.S. President from ISQOLS Members
*The Australian Unity Wellbeing Index 2001-2008:  Variations in subjective wellbeing linked with major events and inflation
*Advice to the New U.S. President from Scientists in Discover Magazine
Fall, November 2008, Number 96
*Yang Yang on The Dynamics of, and Heterogeneity in, Subjective Well-Being Across the Life Course and Over Time in the United States
*Diener and Diener’s Book On Happiness and How to Find It
Spring and Summer, May & August 2008, Numbers 94 & 95
*The 2008 Index of Economic Freedom
*Dick Easterlin’s Reluctance
Winter, February 2008, Number 93


*Mark Peterson on Weights for Quality-of-Life Priorities
*2007 ISQOLS Conference
*Legislation for a New State-Level Survey of Child Well-Being Is Introduced in the U.S.
Fall, November 2007, Number 92
*A Statistical Analysis of Weights In Composite Quality-of-Life Indices
*Message from ISQOLS President
Spring and Summer, May & August 2007, Numbers 90 & 91
*A UNICEF Report on Child Well-Being in OECD Countries
*The 2007 ISQOLS Conference “From QOL Concepts to QOL Performance Measures
Winter, February 2007, Number 89


*Report on the 7th Conference of the International Society for Quality-of-Life Studies
*Sharing The ISQOLS Vision
*The 1st International Society for Child Indicators Conference “Child Indicators: Diverse Approaches to a Shared Goal”
Fall, November 2006, Number 88
*Wolfgang Glatzer on Comparing the Quality of Life in the European Union and the United States of America
*New Estimates of Economic Well-Being for Selected OECD Countries by the Center for the Study of Living Standards
*Ruut Veenhoven on Why Sociologists Fail to Acknowledge Happiness
Spring and Summer, May & August 2006, Numbers 86 & 87
*Quality of Life Therapy For All!
*XVI International Sociological Association World Congress of Sociology
*7th Conference of the International Society for Quality-of-Life Studies
Winter, February 2006, Number 85


*Daniel Kahneman and Colleagues on National Well-Being Accounts
*Guidelines for National Indicators of Subjective Well-Being and Ill-Being
Fall, November 2005, Number 84
*Are We Improving the Well-Being of America’s Children?
*KIDS COUNT 2005 Released
Spring and Summer, May & August 2005, Numbers 82 & 83
*The World’s Best Country by Laza Kekic: A Critique and Response
*The Program of the Delmenhorst, Germany Workshop on Europe and North America – Societies in Contrast
*Europe and North America - Societies in Contrast:  A workshop report
Winter, February 2005, Number 81


*Reports from the sixth conference of the international society for quality-of-life studies
*Research Programme of Quality Of Life
*The Community Indicators Consortium and Its Newsletter
Fall, November 2004, Number 80
*Comparing the 50 U.S. States Based on Improvement in Child Well-Being During the 1990s
*Do Market Forces Alone Propel Economic Expansion?  A New Book by Richard A. Easterlin
*A Historical Note:  Sir William Petty (1623-1687) and the Scale of Salubrity
Spring and Summer, April & August 2004, Numbers 78 & 79
*The Child Well-Being Index:  An Overview of an Index of Recent Trends in the Well-Being of America’s Children
*Poverty and Inequality Block World Progress
Winter, February 2004, Number 77


*The Australian Unity Wellbeing Index:  An Overview
*A Chartbook on Trends in the Health of Americans: Health, United States, 2002
Fall, November 2003, Number 76
*Impressions of the 2003 ISQOLS Conference
*Greetings from the President, and Mayor of Frankfurt
*Frankfurt-Mannheim Contributions to Social Indicators: Some Retrospective Notes
Spring and Summer, April & August 2003, Numbers 74 & 75
*A Volume on Disparities Within and Among Nations
*Heightening Social Responsibility in Marketing: The Concept of Quality-of-Life (QOL) in Marketing, Proposed Antecedents and Consequences
Winter, March 2003, Numbers 73


*Education, Work and Welfare in Australia, With Comparisons to Other Societies
*The Second Edition of the Cambridge Dictionary of Statistics
*Report on the 2002 International Sociological Association Working Group 6 on Social Indicators and Social Reporting Meetings in Australia
Fall, November 2002, Numbers 72
*Reports and Data on the Quality of Life of Children, United States, Its Component States, and World-Wide
*UNESCO Looks At The World’s Culture
Spring/Summer, May/August 2002, Numbers 70 & 71
*The Triumph of Indicators of Visible and Invisible Change
*Australian Social Trends Enters the Twenty-First Century
*The Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research: A Report on the First Five Years 
Winter, February 2002, Numbers 69


*Report on the 2001 conference of the international society for quality-of-life studies
*Twenty-Seven Years of the Eurobarometer
*New Zealand Launches Six-City Social Indicator Monitoring
*Gleaning the Benefits of Longitudinal Surveys: Educational Achievement and Black-White Inequality in the United States
Fall, November 2001, Numbers 68
*One Hundred Years of Change in Britain
*The Philippines’ Social Weather Stations:  An Update
*A World-Wide Reproductive Risk Index
Spring/Summer, May/August 2001, Numbers 66 & 67
*Living Conditions of the Elderly in Sweden:  Trends 1980-1998 and Comparisons with Some Mid-1990s Estimates for the European Union
*Commentary on Chartbooks on the Elderly and Policy Implications
Winter, February 2001, Numbers 65


*Economists Analyze the Effects of Investments on Governance, Sustainability and Welfare
*Crime and Crime Control:  An International Comparison with a focus on the Netherlands
*A Report on the Well-Being of Older Americans
Fall, November 2000, Number 64
*Has the Recent Epidemic in Adolescent Drug Use in the United States Peaked? Some Recent Findings from the
Monitoring the Future Study
*Indicators of Environmental Trends of Our World
Summer, August 2000, Number 63
*A Systems Approach to Social Indicators:  The Calvert-Henderson Quality of Life Indicators
*Child Trends’ Criteria for a Better System of Child and Family Indicators
*A Brief History of Social Indicators Developments
Winter/Spring, February/May 2000, Numbers 61 & 62


  Fall, November 1999, Number 60
  Summer, August 1999, Number 59
  Spring, May 1999, Number 58
  Winter, February 1999, Number 57

  Autumn, November 1998, Number 56
  Summer, August 1998, Number 55
  Spring, May 1998, Number 54
  Winter, February 1998, Number 53

  Autumn, November 1997, Number 52
  Summer, August 1997, Number 51
  Spring, May 1997, Number 50
  Winter, February 1997, Number 49

  Autumn, November 1996, Number 48
  Summer, August 1996, Number 47
  Spring, May 1996, Number 46
  Winter, February 1996, Number 45

The following issues were published under the editorship of Abbott L. Ferriss.
  Autumn, November 1995, Number 44
  Summer, August 1995, Number 43
  Spring, May 1995, Number 42
  Winter, February 1995, Number 41

  Autumn, November 1994, Number 40
  Summer, August 1994, Number 39
  Spring, May 1994, Number 38
  Winter, February 1994, Number 37

  Autumn, November 1993, Number 36
  Summer, August 1993, Number 35
  Spring, May 1993, Number 34
  Winter, February 1993, Number 33

  Autumn, November 1992, Number 32
  Summer, August 1992, Number 31
  Spring, May 1992, Number 30
  Winter, February 1992, Number 29

  Autumn, November 1991, Number 28
  Summer, August 1991, Number 27
  Spring, May 1991, Number 26
  Winter, February 1991, Number 25
  Autumn, November 1990, Number 24
  Summer, August 1990, Number 23
  Spring, May 1990, Number 22
  Winter, February 1990, Number 21
  Autumn, November 1989, Number 20
  Summer, August 1989, Number 19
  Spring, May 1989, Number 18
  Winter, February 1989, Number 17
  Autumn, November 1988, Number 16
  Summer, August 1988, Number 15
  Spring, May 1988, Number 14
  Winter, February 1988, Number 13
  Autumn, November 1987, Number 12
  Summer, August 1987, Number 11
  Spring, May 1987, Number10
  Winter, February 1987, Number 9
  Autumn, November 1986, Number 8
  Summer, August 1986, Number 7
  Spring, May 1986, Number 6
  Winter, February 1986, Number 5
  Autumn, November 1985, Number 4
  Summer, August 1985, Number 3
  Spring, May 1985, Number 2
  Winter, February 1985, Number 1
  Autumn, November 1984, Number 0

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