Polling Exercise

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Polling Exercise

 

Conduct a poll of at least five people by asking the following questions. Evaluate each answer and decide whether you would consider it as hedonic or eudaimonic and record it in the table. Finally, answer the question below the table in 200-350 words.

 

· What makes you happy?

· Would you say you are living “the good life?” Why or why not?

· If you could make any changes you wished that would make you happier, what would those be?

Write a summary of your results. What common beliefs about happiness were evident in your results?

 

1. Poll 5 people

 

Person What makes you happy?

 

H/E Would you say you are living “the good life?” Why or why not?

 

H/E If you could make any changes you wished that would make you happier, what would those be?

 

H/E
1            
2            
3            
4            
5            

 

 

2. Evaluate each answer and decide whether you would consider it as hedonic or eudiamonic, and record it in the table.

 

a. Each response should be evaluated and the indicate H (Hedonic) or E (Eudiamonic) can be placed next to the response.

b. Write a 200 to 300-word summary (double spaced) of the chart indicating what common beliefs about happiness are evident in the results.

c. Please present the table as well as the summary.

 

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