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January 25, 2017

Community Quality-of-Life and Well-Being: CALL FOR PAPERS

Community Quality of Life and WellBeing
Editor: Phillips, Rhonda
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Aims and Scope Series Editor: Rhonda Phillips
Community Quality of Life and Well-being book series is a collection of volumes related to community level research, providing community and regional well-being innovative research and application. Formerly entitled Community Quality-of-Life Indicators: Best Practices, the series reflects the broad scope of well-being. Next to best practices of community quality-of-life indicators projects the series welcomes a variety of research and practice topics as related to overall community wellbeing and quality of life dimensions, relating to policy, application, research, and/or practice. Research on issues such as societal happiness, quality of life domains in the policy construct, measuring and gauging progress, dimensions planning and community development, and related topics are anticipated. The Editor welcomes proposals for both edited volumes and authored monographs contributions on topics such as:  Quality of Life in Communities  Societal Happiness  Social Health and Well-Being  Life Satisfaction in various life domains  Well-Being Theories and Applications  Quality of Life for Policy Development  Measuring and Gauging Quality of Life  Dimensions of Planning and Community Development  Indicators of Well-Being  Overall Community Well-Being We look forward to receiving your book proposal Please contact Series Editor Rhonda Phillips: rphillips@purdue.edu For more information about the series: http://www.springer.com/series/13761


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