Perspective of Sociologists and Economists

Far more than economists and sociologists tend to emphasize human needs for power, status, and class. Research which supports the perspective of sociologists comprises findings that: (1) people whose incomes are the average of per capita world income rate themselves happier when they live in poorer countries than when they live in more prosperous countries. (2) middle class people who live onto farms are happier than rich people who live within giant cities. (3) factory workers tend to express greater satisfaction along with their lives than office workers. (4) men who become widowers are more possible to remarry than women who become widows. (5) healthier people live longer than unhealthy people.

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