Call for Papers
Anthropological and Sociological Aspects of Happiness
- Are happiness and wellbeing the same thing?
- Measuring individual and social happiness: what are the indicators?
- Poverty and happiness in the home
- Home and its role in children’s happiness. Why is this important?
- The elderly as “creators” of happiness for children and young people
Home automation and wellbeing at home
- Technology and housework: new solutions for reducing physical and cognitive efforts
- The quality life of elderly people and systems for home automation: usability and accessibility
- The contribution of SMART technologies to make easier (or difficult) happiness in the home
- Domotics and the right to privacy
- Children, Internet and happy relationships in family life
- The digital divide between generations: how to recover the dialogue
- ICT introduction and the socio-economic inequality among families: a reason for dissatisfaction?
- Dinnertime, family dialogue and mobile phone use
Architecture and global housing challenges: wellbeing and happiness
- How to design a happy home: new family needs in a time of social changes
- Suburbs: ugly and unhappy? A challenge for the urban planners
- Changes in the concept of comfort in history of the house architecture
- Be homeless/Have home ownership: the relationship between housing and the satisfied life
Happiness in the urban context: fear and trust and happy neighborhood relations
- Loneliness and the decline of relationships in the “Amazon Age”
- The Social Street phenomenon: towards common management of public spaces
- Neighbourhoods as a melting pot: new ways for more fulfilling social interaction
Happiness and housework
- Interdependency and gratuitousness: psychological and educational outcomes of housework
- Desperate housewives? How to work more happily at home
- The home care as a way for acquiring social skills and as precondition for hospitality
- Why tidying up can change the domestic life: space, objects, emotions