عنوان مقاله [English]
The purpose of this study is to rebuild, validate, and standardization of the Argyle, Martin, and Crassland’s oxford happiness scale (OHI). The scale consists of 29 items in terms of five areas of life satisfaction, self-esteem, factual well-being, satisfaction, and positive mood that have been made available to the participants. The research method is descriptive-survey based on factor analysis of R. A statistical population of this study was 200 students of architecture in four universities in Tehran, selected by simple random sampling method. The results of this study indicate that in the oxford happiness scale, Argyle has five factors of self-respect, life of satisfaction, satisfaction, well-being and positive mood while in this study, the factors of hope, life satisfaction, well-being, positive mood and aesthetic perception have come to light, and there are two distinctions: the aesthetics perception that is unique to the field of architecture and the hope that is specific to being Iranian. Finally, a comparative study of research done in oxford questionnaire between 1999 and 2007 was conducted with a 95% and 96% correlation in 2019.
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