Material and Non-material Determinants of European Youth's Life Quality
The paper confronts chosen approaches to quality of life studies with recent changes in post-crisis socio-economic environment. The focus is on European Youth at verge of entry into adult life. Presented research is a preliminary study for “The Application of Artificial Intelligence Methods for Analyzing Material and Non-material Determinants of Life Satisfaction between Young People from Developing Countries” project. Identifying and grouping the determinants of their life satisfaction could result in elaborating an innovative approach, providing European Youth with a new perspective on their personal and professional development options and allowing them to achieve a decent level of life satisfaction.
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