Community Quality-of-Life and Well-Being Book Series
Series Ed.: Phillips, Rhonda
The Community Quality of Life and Well-being book series is a collection of volumes related to community level research, providing community planners and quality of life researchers involved in community and regional well-being innovative research and application. Formerly entitled, Community Quality of Life Indicators: Best Practices, the series reflects a 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 well-being and quality of life dimensions, whether 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 of planning and community development, and related topics are anticipated.
This series is published by Springer in partnership with the International Society for Quality-of-Life Studies, a global society with the purpose of promoting and encouraging research and collaboration in quality of life and well-being theory and applications.
Meg Holden, Simon Fraser University, Canada
Charlotte Khan, The Boston Foundation, US
Youngwha Kee, Soongsil University, Korea
Alex Michalos, University of Northern British Columbia, Canada
Don Rahtz, College of William and Mary, US
Joseph Sirgy, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University, US
Ben Warner, Jacksonville Community Council, Inc., US