I am a TaiK student. Please, I need to fin a book. I have looked a lot in library engines in Helsinki, and I can not seem to find it. I need help to find it…

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5.4.2005

Hello, I am a TaiK student. Please, I need to fin a book.
I have looked a lot in library engines in Helsinki, and I can not seem to find it.
I need help to find it for library loan in Finland; or if possible to solicit that it is bought:

"Advances in Quality-of-Life Theory and Research"
Series: Social Indicators Research Series, Vol. 20 [not vol.4!]
M. Joseph Sirgy, Don Rahtz, & A. Coskun Samli (Eds.), 2003, 249 p., Hardcover | ISBN: 1-4020-1474-0
Dordrecht [The Netherlands]: Kluwer Academic Publishers.
€109,00

Info at
http://www.springeronline.com/sgw/cda/frontpage/0,11855,5-102-22-335223…

From this book I need in particular:
DICKSON, Marsha Ann and LITTRELL, Mary Ann. (2003). Measuring quality of life of apparel workers in Mumbai, India: Quantitative and Qualitative data. (pp.211-232).
In M. Joseph Sirgy, Don Rahtz, & A. Coskun Samli (Eds.), Advances in quality-of-life theory and research – Social Indicators Research Series Vol.20 (pp.211-232). Dordrecht [The Netherlands]: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

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Answered
5.4.2005
Last updated
6.4.2005

It seems that the book you need isn't to be found in Helsinki. You may have to make an interlibrary loan to get the book or one of the articles from the book. You may want to check the fees on the page http://www.lib.hel.fi/page.asp?_item_id=2227, or ask the personel on the interlibrary loan office before you fill in the interlibrary loans form at http://www.lib.hel.fi/forms/kaukopalvelupyynto.asp?_lang_id=EN. Copies of articles may turn out to be costly.

The Social Indicators Research Series has in dept articles on subjects that are taken up in a journal called Social Indicators Research. The Library of Statistics has the journal. Their address can be found on http://www.stat.fi/index_en.html

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