Publications

Publications

Et si notre bonheur était sculpté, taraudé, facilité ou au contraire empêché pas les cartes culturelles (imaginaires, préférences, valeurs) au sein desquelles nous évoluons? Quelle rôle la culture joue-t-elle dans l’émergence de notre bonheur ? Qu’en est-il en France?

 

 

 

2019

Brulé, G., Ravazzini, L. & Suter, C. (2019). Inégalités de patrimoine et bien-être subjectifchez les seniors en Europe. Revue Européenne des Sciences Sociales, 57 (2), 81-110.

Ravazzini, L., Kuhn, U., Brulé, G., & Suter, C. (2019). Housing wealth in survey data in Switzerland. Journal of economic and social measurement, 44, 25-55.

Brulé, G., & Ravazzini, L. (2019). The four forms of wealth and happiness: how different forms of wealth affect the subjective well-being of the elderly in Europe. In Brulé and Suter (Eds). Wealth(s) and SWB. Springer : Dordrecht

Brulé, G. (2019). Le modèle des 3I pour appréhender le bonheur. In Martin-Krumm and Tarquinio (Eds). Psychologie positive: état des savoirs, champs d’application et perspectives. Malakoff : Dunod

Jeannerat, H., Crevoisier, O., Brulé,G. & Suter C. (2019). Vers une meilleure prise encompte des sciences humaines et sociales dans l’innovation. Rapport pour le SEFRI/SBFI

Brulé, G. & Suter, C. (2019). Vers une meilleure mesure de l’innovation sociale.Bulletin SAGW 1, “Soziale Innovation”, 36-37.

Brulé, G. & Suter, C. (2019). Sur la possibilité de mesurer et de comparer le bien-être. Bulletin SAGW 2, “Wholergehen”,

Cheval, B., Brulé, G. & Cullati, S. (2019). Early-life socioeconomic circumstances explainquality of life differences in old age, but not their evolution over ageing. Blog CASP 19, April 2019. Available at : https://casp19.com/2019/04/

Brulé, G. (2019). Review of Bréchon, P., Gonthier, F and Astor, S. (Eds) La France des valeurs. Grenoble: PUG. Revue Européenne des Sciences Sociales. Available at : https://journals.openedition.org/ress/5457

Brulé, G. (2019). Review of Ethique et polémiques. Implications Philosophiques. Available at : http://www.implications-philosophiques.org/ethique-et-politique/ethique/recension-ethique-et-polemiques/

Brulé, G. and Suter, C. (2019) Wealth(s) and Subjective Well-being. Dordrecht: Springer.

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2018

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Kuhn U.  & Brulé G. (2018) Buffering Effects for Negative Life Events: The Role of Material, Social, Religious and Personal Resources. Journal of happiness studies. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10902-018-9995-x

Brulé G. & Morgan R. (2018) Working with stress: can we turn distress into eustress? Journal of neuropsychology and stress management, 3, 1-3.

Brulé, G. (2018) Le bonheur n’est pas là où vous le pensez. Malakoff: Dunod. ouestlebonheur.com

2017

Brulé, G. & Maggino, F. (2017). Metrics of subjective well-being: limits and improvements.  Dordrecht: Springer.

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http://www.springer.com/fr/book/9783319618098

Brulé, G. & Veenhoven, R. (2017). The ’10 excess’ phenomenon in responses to survey questions on happiness.  Social Indicators Research, 131(2), 853-870. doi:10.1007/s11205-016-1265-x

Brulé, G.  & Bertau, C. (2017). Un « rire bête » pas bien méchant? Étude des unes d’Hara-Kiri. Humoresques 42, 155-164. 

Brulé, G. (2017). Une architecture des frontières. Espacestemps.net .  https://www.espacestemps.net/articles/une-architecture-des-frontieres/

Brulé, G. & Maggino, F. (2017). Towards more complexity in subjective well-being studies. In G.Brulé and F.Maggino (Eds), Metrics of Subjective well-being: Limits and Improvements, pp 1-17. Dordrecht : Springer

Brulé, G & Lepeytre, F (2017) L’aménagement à l’aune de l’interculturel. Regards sur les Cités-Jardins. In L.Bourdeau-Lepage (Eds) Nature en ville: Desirs & controverses, pp 126-135. Sarrant: La librairie des territoires.

2016

Brulé, G. (2016a) Kaléidoscope. Sciences & Bonheur, 1, 94-97.

Brulé G. and Veenhoven R. (2016b) The moderacy effect in responses to survey questions on happiness.  Working paper.

2015

Brulé G. and Veenhoven R. (2015) Geography of happiness: components of happiness in 133 Nations. International Journal of Happiness and Development. Vol2., n°2.
http://www.inderscience.com/info/inarticle.php?artid=70070

2014

Brulé G. and Veenhoven R.(2014a) Freedom and happiness in nations. Why the Finns are happier than the French. Psychology of Well-Being: Theory Research and Practice 2014, 4:17
http://www.psywb.com/content/4/1/17

Brulé G. and Veenhoven R. (2014b) Democratic teaching and happiness in developed nations. Advances in Applied Sociology, 4, 235-245. doi: 10.4236/aasoci.2014.411028

Brulé G. and Veenhoven R. (2014c) Average happiness and dominant family type in regions in Western Europe around 2000. Advances in Applied Sociology, 4, 271-288. doi: 10.4236/aasoci.2014.412031.

Brulé G., (2014d), Is happiness a woman? OECD insights, September 5th, 2014. Available  at http://oecdinsights.org/2014/09/05/is-happiness-a-woman/

Brulé G.(2014e)  Dominateur, protecteur ou néguentropique? Lecture transnationale de l’humour. Espacestemps.net . https://www.espacestemps.net/articles/dominateur-protecteur-ou-neguentropique-lecture-transnationale-de-lhumour/

2012

Gaël Brulé and Ruut Veenhoven (2012). Why Are Latin Europeans Less Happy? The Impact of Hierarchy,Polyphonic Anthropology – Theoretical and Empirical Cross-Cultural Fieldwork, Prof. Massimo Canevacci (Ed.),ISBN: 978-953-51-0418-6, InTech, Available from: http://www.intechopen.com/books/polyphonic-anthropologytheoretical-and-empirical-cross-cultural-fieldwork/why-are-latin-europeans-less-happy-the-impact-of-hierarchy

Conferences

2016

  • HEIRS Roma (15-16th march)
  • Université Cady Ayyad Géographie et histoire du bonheur(“geography and history of happiness”) (with Prof. Lakhdir) (19th march)

2015

  • ISQOLS-Phoenix (15-17th october) cultural measurement ‘biases’: are they to be corrected?
  • Conference on complexity-Padova (17-18th of september)
  • Séminaire Centre des Jeunes Dirigeants-Quimper (30th of april) Bien-être au travail
  • Romanian Institute of Quality of life- Bucharest (22-24th april) Presentation of the moderacy effect in responses to the questions of happiness
  • Winter School- Florence-Tuscany(15 january-01 february) Presentation of the moderacy effect in responses to the questions of happiness

2014

  • EHESS (09 december) Introduction aux sociologies comparatives du bonheur.
  • International Sociology Association-Yokohama (13-19 July) Presentation of the ten-excess in Latin America in responses to the questions of happiness.
  • Well being in cities-Lyon (24-25 June) Inter-cultural comparison of the garden city in the light of happiness.

2013 

  • French Association of Positive Psychology-Metz (22-23 November): Ten-excess pattern across nations on questions about life satisfaction
  • Erasmus University Monthly Seminar in Rotterdam on April 26th, 2013 : Response styles throughout cultures
  • Presentation of works on the links between flow and education on march 24th in Paris.

2012 

  • International Society of Quality Of Life Studies(ISQOLS) in Venice (01-04 November) : ‘Average happiness and dominant family type in regions in Western Europe around 2000’ on November, 3rd 2012.
  • European Conference of Positive Psychology(ECPP) in Moscow (25-30 June 2012) : Democratic teaching and happiness in developed nations
  • Erasmus University Monthly Seminar in Rotterdam on March 30th, 2012 : freedom and happiness

2011

  • Erasmus University Monthly Seminar in Rotterdam on April 27th, 2011 : social hierarchy and happiness

Publications also available on : https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Gael_Brule

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