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Desarrollo humano, bienestar subjetivo y democracia: confirmaciones, sorpresas e interrogantes / Human Development, Subjective Well-Being and Democracy: Confirmations, Surprises and Questions

Benjamín Temkin and José del Tronco
Revista Mexicana de Sociología
Vol. 68, No. 4 (Oct. - Dec., 2006), pp. 731-760
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/20454263
Page Count: 30
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Abstract

Este trabajo analiza la relación entre el bienestar y la valoración de la democracia a nivel mundial, destacando la importancia tanto de la dimensión objetiva como de la subjetiva del bienestar. Como resultado del análisis, se sostiene que la valoración ciudadana de la democracia será mayor en aquellos países donde la diferencia entre el desarrollo humano y el bienestar subjetivo sea menor; es decir, donde las condiciones "objetivas" no resulten muy alejadas del grado de satisfacción con la vida y de felicidad de los ciudadanos. /// This article analyzes the relationship between well-being and the assessment of democracy worldwide, highlighting the importance of both the objective and subjective dimensions of well-being. As a result of the analysis, civic assessment of democracy is expected to be higher in countries where the difference between human development and subjective well-being is lower; in other words, where "objective" conditions are not that far from the degree of satisfaction with citizens' life and happiness.

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