Findings on Happiness and main subject: INSTITUTIONAL LIVING

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DescriptionNr of findingsKeywordsReferences
INSTITUTIONAL LIVING0non-family living,
See also Non-biological children
See also Main subject: COMMUNAL LIVING
See also No living parents
See also Main subject: MILITARY LIFE
See also Main subject: PRISON
See also School-type
Developments in intitutional living1
See also Main subject: LANGUAGE
Ever lived in an institutional setting4earlier household, earlier institutional living,
See also Earlier life (antecedents of happiness)
Change in institutional living0change in household,
Before and after entrance1
Before and after leave1
Length of current stay in institution6
Later institutional living1later household,
Current living in an institution or not2domicile, hospitalization, mental hospital,
See also Main subject: HOUSEHOLD: COMPOSITION
Living in a children's home5orphanage
Living in a cloister0convent, monastery
See also Living in a convent
Living in a mental hospital2psychiatric ward
See also In mental hospital
Living in a home for handicapped2
See also Current handicap
See also Current functional health
See also Setting of medical treatment
Living in a military camp0barracks
See also Main subject: MILITARY LIFE
Living in an old age home3care home, geriatric institution,
See also Family career (family life-cycle)
See also Current handicap
See also Current functional health
Living in a nursing home1end of life care
See also Setting of medical treatment
Living in a prison3correctional, jail
Living in sheltered housing1
See also Living in a home for handicapped
Behavior in institution4adjustment to life in nursing home, in institution, current rebellion
Characteristics of institution1
Restrictiveness of setting6autonomy, freedom
See also Current absence of restrictions (social freedom)
See also Inner locus of control
Say in care delivery1
Group morale2happiness of inmates, institutional morale, contacts with inmates
Organizational change in institution1change at work, change in household,
Quality of staff in institution2
Size of institution1
See also Number of persons in household
Contact outside the institution1
See also Contacts with relatives
Attitudes to institution8adjustment to life in nursing home, attitudes to institutional living ,
See also Attitudes to school
See also Main subject: WORK: ATTITUDES
Satisfaction with care2
Satisfaction with privacy1
See also Main subject: SCHOOL
Satisfaction with safety1
See also Perceived safety in vinicity