Well-being : individual, community and social perspectives / edited by John Haworth and Graham Hart.
Basingstoke ; New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2007.|
xiv, 276 p. : ill., maps ; 23 cm.|
Quality of life. |
Quality of life.
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Table of Contents:
- List of Figures
- List of Tables
- Notes on Contributors
- Part 1.
- 1. Positive Psychology and the Development of Well-Being
- 2. Individual Development and Community Empowerment: Suggestions from Studies on Optimal Experience
- 3. Webs of Well-Being: the Interdependence of Personal, Relational, Organizational and Communal Well-Being
- 4. Health, Well-Being and Social Capital
- 5. Psychology in the Community
- 6. Art, Health and Well-Being
- 7. Sense and Solidarities: Politics and Human Well-Being
- Part 2.
- 8. Is Well-Being Local or Global? A Perspective from Ecopsychology
- 9. Societal Inequality, Health and Well-Being
- 10. A Life Course Approach to Well-Being
- 11. Organizational Commitment: a Managerial Illusion?
- 12. Well-Being, Paid Work and Personal Life
- 13. Work, Leisure and Well-Being in Changing Social Conditions
- 14. Friendship, Trust and Mutuality