This conceptual paper aims to identify the potential factors for subjective well-being among urban youth in Malaysia. To understand urban youth’s subjective well-being is important as it offers a comprehensive view on the issue. Based on a review of literature and document analyses, it concludes that subjective well-being is not merely covering the tangible aspects such as physical infrastructure and the economy, but also the non-tangible aspects such as emotional, social, political, spiritual, psychological, happiness and others.
Date of Input: 11/09/2017 | Updated: 11/09/2017 | nm_aini
Universiti Putra Malaysia
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Selangor Darul Ehsan