Carola Hommerich
Carola Hommerich
Graduate School of Human Sciences, Sophia University
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Trust and subjective well‐being after the great east Japan earthquake, tsunami and nuclear meltdown: Preliminary results
C Hommerich
International Journal of Japanese Sociology 21 (1), 46-64, 2012
Social Inequality in Post-Growth Japan: Transformation during Economic and Demographic Stagnation
D Chiavacci, C Hommerich
Routledge, 2017
Analyzing the Relationship Between Social Capital and Subjective Well-Being: The Mediating Role of Social Affiliation
C Hommerich, T Tiefenbach
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2017
No generalizable effect of income inequality on public support for governmental redistribution among rich democracies 1987–2010
N Breznau, C Hommerich
Social Science Research 81, 170-191, 2019
„Freeter “und „Generation Praktikum “–Arbeitswerte im Wandel?: Ein deutsch-japanischer Vergleich
C Hommerich
Iudicium Verlag, 2009
Feeling Disconnected: Exploring the Relationship Between Different Forms of Social Capital and Civic Engagement in Japan
C Hommerich
VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations 26 …, 2015
The advent of vulnerability: Japan's free fall through its porous safety net
C Hommerich
Japan Forum 24 (2), 205-232, 2012
Happiness: Does culture matter?
C Hommerich, S Klien
International Journal of Wellbeing 2 (4), 2012
Anleitung für ein erfolgreiches Stadtentwicklungsprogramm: Beispiele aus neun europäischen Ländern
J Burgers, C Hommerich, J Vranken
Springer-Verlag, 2013
The limits of inequality: Public support for social policy across rich democracies
N Breznau, C Hommerich
International Journal of Social Welfare 28 (2), 138-151, 2019
Movement behind the scenes: The quiet transformation of status identification in Japan
C Hommerich, T Kikkawa
Social Science Japan Journal 22 (1), 11-24, 2019
The gap as threat - Status Anxiety in the "Middle"
C Hommerich
Social Inequality in Post-Growth Japan: Transformation during Economic and …, 2017
Japanese “Furītā” and German “Generation Internship”: The “precarious post-materialist” as an extension to Inglehart‘s theory of value change
C Hommerich
Asia Europe Journal 5 (4), 479-498, 2008
After the banquet: New inequalities and their perception in Japan since the 1990s
C David, H Carola
Social Inequality in Post-Growth Japan, 3-26, 2016
Wie misst man soziale Maßnahmen?
J Friedrichs, C Hommerich
Praxis ohne Theorie? Wissenschaftliche Diskurse zum Bund-Länder-Programm …, 2005
Anxious, stressed, and yet satisfied? The puzzle of subjective well-being among young adults in Japan
C Hommerich
Life course, happiness and well-being in Japan, 72-94, 2017
Determinants of Interdependent Happiness Focusing on the Role of Social Capital: Empirical Insight From Japan1
C Hommerich, S Ohnuma, K Sato, S Mizutori
Japanese Psychological Research 64 (2), 205-221, 2022
Are happiness and unhappiness two sides of the same coin? An analysis of happiness and unhappiness
J Kobayashi, C Hommerich
Sociological Theory and Methods 32 (1), 49-63, 2017
Adapting to Risk, Learning to Trust: Socioeconomic Insecurities and Feelings of Disconnectedness in Contemporary Japan
C Hommerich
Asiatische Studien/Etudes Asiatiques 67 (2), 429-455, 2013
Reassembling the pieces: The big picture of inequality in Japan
C David, H Carola
Social inequality in post-growth Japan, 287-300, 2016
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