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Does variation in the extent of generalized trust, individual education and extensiveness of social security policies matter for maximization of subjective well-being?

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Valeeva, Rania. “Does Variation in the Extent of Generalized Trust, Individual Education and Extensiveness of Social Security Policies Matter for Maximization of Subjective Well-Being?” INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF RESEARCH IN EDUCATION AND SCIENCE, vol. 2, no. 2, 2016, pp. 371–78.
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Valeeva, R. (2016). Does variation in the extent of generalized trust, individual education and extensiveness of social security policies matter for maximization of subjective well-being? INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF RESEARCH IN EDUCATION AND SCIENCE, 2(2), 371–378.
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Valeeva, Rania. 2016. “Does Variation in the Extent of Generalized Trust, Individual Education and Extensiveness of Social Security Policies Matter for Maximization of Subjective Well-Being?” INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF RESEARCH IN EDUCATION AND SCIENCE 2 (2): 371–78.
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Valeeva, Rania. 2016. “Does Variation in the Extent of Generalized Trust, Individual Education and Extensiveness of Social Security Policies Matter for Maximization of Subjective Well-Being?” INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF RESEARCH IN EDUCATION AND SCIENCE 2 (2): 371–378.
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Valeeva R. Does variation in the extent of generalized trust, individual education and extensiveness of social security policies matter for maximization of subjective well-being? INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF RESEARCH IN EDUCATION AND SCIENCE. 2016;2(2):371–8.
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R. Valeeva, “Does variation in the extent of generalized trust, individual education and extensiveness of social security policies matter for maximization of subjective well-being?,” INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF RESEARCH IN EDUCATION AND SCIENCE, vol. 2, no. 2, pp. 371–378, 2016.
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  author       = {{Valeeva, Rania}},
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  journal      = {{INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF RESEARCH IN EDUCATION AND SCIENCE}},
  language     = {{eng}},
  number       = {{2}},
  pages        = {{371--378}},
  title        = {{Does variation in the extent of generalized trust, individual education and extensiveness of social security policies matter for maximization of subjective well-being?}},
  url          = {{https://ijres.net/index.php/ijres/article/view/116}},
  volume       = {{2}},
  year         = {{2016}},
}