The Handbook of Community Well-Being Research brings together foundational and leading-edge research exploring dimensions of improving quality of life in communities of place. It explores social indicators and other assessment techniques including from the framework of community perspectives which is concerned with enhancing quality of life for community members.
The handbook features CFICE’s very own Zhaocheng (Elly) Zeng, whose article is based on work supported by CFICE.
Those working in the areas of public policy, community development, community and social psychology, urban and regional planning, and sustainable development will find this volume particularly useful for the array of approaches presented.
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