Internaltional Journal of Community Well-Being
This journal advances the knowledge and practice of community well-being as an interdisciplinary broad conception of human and societal well-being. The focus is predominately on communities of place and interest within geographic or societal spaces concerning social, economic, cultural/social, environmental or political conditions and impacts on societal and social well-being. It provides an outlet for excellent scholarship from a multitude of disciplines - including but not limited to community development, geography, urban and regional planning, economic development, public administration, regional studies, sociology, community learning and education, psychology and health – concerned with community well-being that promotes understanding of its multidimensional aspects. The journal publishes research that combines community well-being addressing issues facing our towns, cities and regions. It explores the collective aspects of communities and regions and how individual well-being is related to the context of societal well-being. Click here to view more on International Journal of Community Well-Being.
Published in collaboration with the Global Community Institute
Editor-in-Chief: R. Phillips; S.J. Lee
ISSN: 2524-5295 (print version)
ISSN: 2524-5309 (electronic version)
Journal no. 42413