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International Journal of Community Well-Being

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

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Editors-in-Chief

Rhonda Phillips, Purdue University, USA
Seung Jong Lee, Seoul National University, Korea

Managing Editor

Jason Ware,
Purdue University, USA

Reviews and Special Issues Editor

Meg Holden,
Simon Fraser University, Canada


Editorial Board

Ronald Anderson, University of Minnesota, USA
Vern Biaett, High Point University, USA
Martijn Burger, Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Young-Chool Choi, Chungbuk National University, Korea
Scott Cloutier, Arizona State University, USA
Robert Cummins, Deakin University, Australia
Carol Graham, The Brookings Institution and University of Maryland, USA
Youngwha Kee,
Soongsil University, Korea
Yunji Kim, University of Wisconsin, USA
Yoshiaki Kobayashi, Geio University, Japan
Patsy Kraeger, Georgia Southern University, USA
Woojin Lee, Arizona State University, USA
Kai Ludwigs, Happiness Research Organization, Germany
Robert W. Marans, University of Michigan, USA 
Javier Martinez, University of Twente, The Netherlands
Heike Mayer, University of Bern, Switzerland
Brian McGrath, National University of Ireland, Ireland
Sharan Merriam, University of Georgia, USA
Paul Milbourne, Cardiff University, UK 
Laura Musikanski, The Happiness Alliance, USA
Young Kyun Oh, Suwon University, Korea
Rachelle Schultz, Winona Health Services, USA
Joseph Sirgy, Virginia Polytechnic and State University, USA
Bryan Smale, University of Waterloo, Canada
Craig Talmage, Hobart and William Smith Colleges, USA
Leng Leng Thang, National University of Singapore, Singapore
John Tomaney, University College London, UK
Claire Wallace, University of Aberdeen, UK
Kyle Whitfield, University of Alberta, Canada
Geoff Woolcock, Center for Evidence and Implementation, Australia
Michael Woolcock, The World Bank, USA
Cecilia Wong, University of Manchester, UK
Weiyuan Zhang, Beijing Normal University, China

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    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

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