Items by Jha, Shreya
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White, S. and Jha, S., 2015. ‘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, pp. 144-171. Item availability may be restricted.
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. C., Fernandez, A. and Jha, S., 2016. 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. 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. 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)