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Title: Well-being and associated factors among adults in the occupied Palestinian territory (oPt)
Authors: Harsha, Nouh
Ziq, Loai
Ghandour, Rula
Giacaman, Rita
Keywords: Well-being - Palestine;Cost and standard of living;Social participation;Health - Religious aspects;Palestinian, Arabs - Social conditions
Issue Date: 30-Aug-2016
Publisher: BioMed Central
Source: Harsha, Nouh et al. “Well-Being and Associated Factors among Adults in the Occupied Palestinian Territory (OPt).” Health and Quality of Life Outcomes, vol. 14, no. 122, pp. 1–7. doi:
Abstract: About one-third of adult Palestinians reported low levels of well-being (ill-being), a finding which in itself requires attention. Marriage, employment, high living standards, community participation, and religious activities were found to be protective against ill-being. Further investigations are required to determine additional causes of ill-being in the oPt, taking into consideration the possible effects of chronic exposure to political violence on subjective well-being.
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