Wilson Essay Topics

Subjective Well-Being

In 1967 Wilson presented a broad review of subjective well-being (SWB) research entitled, “Correlates of Avowed Happiness. ” Based on the limited data available that time, Wilson concluded that the “happy person emerges as a young, healthy, well educated, well-paid, extroverted, optimistic, worry-free, religious, married person with high self-esteem, job morale, modest aspirations of either… View Article

Wilson’s The Piano

The two plays in this discussion represent significant historical events in American history, as well as expose human struggles and emotions that accompany these situations. August Wilson’s The Piano Lesson and Tennessee Williams’ A Streetcar Named Desire were written and staged within fifty years of each other, but each aims to showcase the prevalent concerns… View Article