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Ensamhet i Västeuropa : Studie över singelhushåll och livstillfredställelse i Storbritannien, Sverige och Tyskland

Alm, Marcus LU and Pettersson, Olle LU (2018) SOPA63 20181
School of Social Work
Abstract
Author(s): Marcus Alm Olle Pettersson
Title: Loneliness in western Europe – Study over single household and life satisfaction in United Kingdoms, Sweden and Germany.
Supervisor: Poul Hansen
This study focuses on looking at differences and similarities in single households and life satisfaction between The United Kingdom, Sweden and Germany. To interpret the differences, we are investigating the applicability of Esping-Andersens theory on important parameters in the different welfare regimes, the liberal, social democratic and conservative for the respective country. We find that there is poor statistical support for differences between Sweden and Germany. Instead, results demonstrated a convincing difference between The United Kingdom... (More)
Author(s): Marcus Alm Olle Pettersson
Title: Loneliness in western Europe – Study over single household and life satisfaction in United Kingdoms, Sweden and Germany.
Supervisor: Poul Hansen
This study focuses on looking at differences and similarities in single households and life satisfaction between The United Kingdom, Sweden and Germany. To interpret the differences, we are investigating the applicability of Esping-Andersens theory on important parameters in the different welfare regimes, the liberal, social democratic and conservative for the respective country. We find that there is poor statistical support for differences between Sweden and Germany. Instead, results demonstrated a convincing difference between The United Kingdom and the other two countries in number of single households and in relation to age and gender. We can’t say with certainty where these differences are derived from, but we discuss if it can be factors related to the British welfare regime (Less)
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Alm, Marcus LU and Pettersson, Olle LU
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SOPA63 20181
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M2 - Bachelor Degree
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Loneliness, Esping-Andersen, Welfare regimes, United Kingdoms, Sweden, Germany, Single Households
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Swedish
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8946534
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2018-06-11 11:11:17
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  abstract     = {Author(s): Marcus Alm Olle Pettersson
Title: Loneliness in western Europe – Study over single household and life satisfaction in United Kingdoms, Sweden and Germany. 
Supervisor: Poul Hansen
This study focuses on looking at differences and similarities in single households and life satisfaction between The United Kingdom, Sweden and Germany. To interpret the differences, we are investigating the applicability of Esping-Andersens theory on important parameters in the different welfare regimes, the liberal, social democratic and conservative for the respective country. We find that there is poor statistical support for differences between Sweden and Germany. Instead, results demonstrated a convincing difference between The United Kingdom and the other two countries in number of single households and in relation to age and gender. We can’t say with certainty where these differences are derived from, but we discuss if it can be factors related to the British welfare regime},
  author       = {Alm, Marcus and Pettersson, Olle},
  keyword      = {Loneliness,Esping-Andersen,Welfare regimes,United Kingdoms,Sweden,Germany,Single Households},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Ensamhet i Västeuropa : Studie över singelhushåll och livstillfredställelse i Storbritannien, Sverige och Tyskland},
  year         = {2018},
}