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Life as a geographical theme - one more contribution to the study of quality of life

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In Focus the work is problems understanding of quality of life that in lately, it becomes increasingly important socio-economic issue. The work tends to argue that the context and quality of life offers a chance to resolve the paradox of development interpreted by many researchers. The first survey on the quality of life of the population in 28 European countries conducted in 2003 (Quality of life in Europe: First European Quality of Life Survey), other 2007(Second European Quality of Life Survey Overview) and special surveys in 2009 (Special Euro barometer), on the basis of which it is possible to look at the trend of the individual determinants of quality of life of the EU population. In theory, the starting point for interpreting the quality of life happiness. According to the Index of life satisfaction in 2013, the State Denmark takes first place. This country with a very small population lives a pleasant and idyllic life and an exemplary example of the state where the persistent and deliberate work, culture and democracy exercised legally, economically, socially stable society, attractive for other countries and peoples.
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