Items by Jha, Shreya
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White, S. and Jha, S., 2015. Forthcoming. ‘The weight falls on my shoulders’:close relationships and women’s wellbeing in India. In: White, S. C. and Blackmore, C., eds. Cultures of Wellbeing. Basingstoke, U. K.: Palgrave Macmillan.
White, S., Marshall, N., Jha, S. and Gaines, S., 2014. Wellbeing assessment in practice : Lessons from Wellbeing and Poverty Pathways. In: Rowley, J., ed. Wellbeing Ranking. Rugby: Practical Action Publishing, pp. 111-126.
White, S., Fernandez, A. and Jha, S., 2016. Forthcoming. Beyond the grumpy rich man and the happy peasant:mixed methods and the impact of food security on subjective dimensions of wellbeing in India. Oxford Development Studies
White, S. C., Gaines, S. O. and Jha, S., 2014. Inner wellbeing:Concept and validation of a new approach to subjective perceptions of wellbeing—India. Social Indicators Research, 119 (2), pp. 1-24.
White, S. C. and Jha, S., 2014. The Ethical Imperative of Qualitative Methods : Developing Measures of Subjective Dimensions of Well-Being in Zambia and India. Ethics and Social Welfare, 8 (3).
White, S. C., Gaines, S. O. and Jha, S., 2012. Beyond subjective well-being: a critical review of the Stiglitz Report approach to subjective perspectives on quality of life. Journal of International Development, 24 (6), pp. 763-776.
White, S.C., Devine, J. and Jha, S., 2012. The life a person lives: Religion, well-being and development in India:La vie que mène une personne: Religion, bien-ětre et développement en Inde. Development in Practice, 22 (5-6), pp. 651-662.
White, S. C. and Jha, S., 2014. Social Protection and Wellbeing : Food Security in Adivasi communities, Chhattisgarh, India. Other. Centre for Development Studies, University of Bath. (Wellbeing and Poverty Pathways; Briefing No 3)
White, S. C. and Jha, S., 2013. The Politics of Wellbeing, Conservation and Development in Chiawa, Zambia. Other. Bath: Centre for Development Studies, University of Bath. (Wellbeing and Poverty Pathways; Briefing No 2)
Jha, S., 2011. Wellbeing and Religion in India: A Preliminary Literature Review. Working Paper. Birmingham: Religions and Development Research Programme, University of Birmingham. (Religions and Development; Working Paper 68)