By Heidi Elaine Attwood (auth.), M. Joseph Sirgy, Rhonda Phillips, Don Rahtz (eds.)
This e-book is the 6th in a sequence masking wager practices in group quality-of-life (QOL) symptoms. The situations during this quantity describe groups that experience introduced their very own neighborhood symptoms courses. components which are integrated within the descriptions are the background of the neighborhood symptoms paintings in the goal zone, the making plans of group symptoms, the particular signs that have been chosen, the knowledge assortment technique, the reporting of the implications, and using the symptoms to steer group improvement judgements and public coverage.
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See, for example, the Community Indicator Consortium (CIC), in the USA. 3 ‘Regions’, ‘departments’, communities or ‘municipalities’. 2 2 Regional Indicators of Well-Being: The Case of France 21 tradition developed in France by authors such as O. Favereau, A. Orléan and F. Eymard-Duvernay (Eymard-Duvernay 2006). This framework is well-suited to report analyses whose purpose is to ‘quantify’ the social. It is the result of estimable pioneering work by Desrosières (1993) and has been further developed by Salais (2010).
While it has links to education and further study, the broad and general nature of the knowledge referred to, suggests it could be kept as a separate indicator. This type of data may be missed when participants only ‘reflect’ on what good quality-of-life is, whereas when people go through a process of trying to improve quality-of-life and reflecting on reasons for changes, issues emerge such as increased knowledge, that they may not have considered in the more abstract exercises. Computer use (mentioned only as a reason for improved quality-of-life) is linked to a variety of other indicators, including getting a job; starting or improving small business; expanding friends and networks; increasing knowledge, and accessing tertiary institutions and bursaries.
Repeat visits by fieldworkers over 2 years involving the follow-up of previous discussions with participants, was motivating. “(T)hey helped me plan my goals and made me realize that I can try and reach my goals. I also told myself that I want CLIQ to come back and ask me about my goals and be proud to say I have started reaching my goals. Some of the things I do because I want CLIQ to be proud of me” (SiyaF53). Over the 2 years, she secured contracts for unpaid community health workers; improved her business; and secured a site for her charitable soup kitchen.