The authors find that increased hours spent watching television is associated with lower life expectancy – even among those in good health.
The following end notes accompany our article, “Part of Your World: On the Arts and Wellbeing,” published on August 31, 2015:  For his part, Sen has written a stirring defense of incorporating cultural considerations into international development policy, although his essay does not dwell on explicit connections to the capability approach.  Createquity isRead More
Title: A Closer Look at Arts Engagement in California Author(s): Jennifer Novak Leonard, Jaclyn Wong, Ned English Publisher: James Irvine Foundation Year: 2015 URL: https://culturalpolicy.uchicago.edu/sites/culturalpolicy.uchicago.edu/files/SPPA_CA_Report_Jan2015.pdf Topics: arts participation Methods: Analysis of California respondents to the 2012 Survey of Public Participation in the Arts What it says: “A Closer Look at Arts Engagement in California” wasRead More
The following end notes accompany our article, “Why Don’t They Come?” published on May 6, 2015: (1) On opportunity cost: Another way to look at this issue is through the lens of opportunity cost. In basic microeconomics, an individual’s wellbeing is a function of consumption (or how much stuff you can buy, which depends onRead More
1. Applications for our editorial team opening with a focus on alliance building are due this Thursday, April 30 at 11:59pm in your time zone. Don’t be shy! 2. We’re publishing new stuff all the time about our research process on our Createquity Insider feed. We’re learning a lot, and we’ll have a big shinyRead More