The subjective Quality of Life has often been related to leisure well-being, which depends on factors such as Arousal, Intrinsic satisfaction, Involvement, Mastery, Perceived freedom and Spontaneity (Unger and Kernan, 1983). Many of these elements are related to having a varied life pattern with diverse leisure activities. This paper explores how the development of 'eventfulness' can contribute to diverse time qualities, and therefore improve subjective well-being and quality of life. It presents a potential view of an event as a framing of time that enables us to appreciate the different qualities of time, therefore producing different qualities of experience. It draws on previous studies of cultural events of well-being, as well as data from the ATLAS Event Monitoring Project.
|Publication status||Published - 2014|
- event time
- quality of life
- subjective well-being