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Community Well-Being and Community DevelopmentConceptions and ApplicationsTaschenbuchvon Seung Jong LeeEAN: 9783319124209Einband: Kartoniert / BroschiertBeilage: BookErscheinungsjahr: 2014Sprache: EnglischSeiten: 58Abbildungen: BibliographieMaße: 236
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This study is one of the very first to analyze North Korea and the challenges that it presents to international security and community, by looking through the prism of the first two years of the Kim Jong-un regime. Autor(en): Bruce E. Bechtol Jr.Verlag /
This study is one of the very first to analyze North Korea and the challenges that it presents to international security and community, by looking through the prism of the first two years of the Kim Jong-un regime.
This briefs provides foundations of both community wellbeing and community development, and the relationships between the two areas, including both similarities and differences. Community well-being encompasses a large array of concepts and disciplines. Community development, as an established discipline, is one framework that can help further understanding of community well-being, and is an allied concept. The interaction between the two areas is worthy of exploration, as both a new way to think about community development as well as a way to understand what community well-being entails. Beginning with a discussion of the foundations, the first and second chapters provide grounding for conceptions and potential theory applications as well as constructs for moving community wellbeing forward. The remaining chapters provide applications of community well-being in the context of community development, with examples from North America and Asia. Community development focused community wellbeing policies and programs illustrate processes and outcomes. ? Seung Jong Lee is a professor at the Graduate School of Public Administration, Seoul National University and president of the Korea Research Institute for Local Administration. Previously, he served as the president of the Korean Association for Public Administration and chief editor of several academic journals in related fields, such as the Journal of Korean Association for Policy Studies, Journal of Association for Local Government Studies, and The Korea Local Administration Review. He has frequently advised local and national governments through such positions as chairman of the Local Government Administration Joint Evaluation Committee, vice chairman of the Presidential Committee on Local District Reorganization Plans, and member of the presidential transition committee. He has not only done extensive research on citizen participation and local autonomy, but also has been a strong advocate and educator in the field. He is the author of Theories of Local Autonomy , and Democratic Politics and Citizen Participation . Yunji Kim is a doctoral student in the Department of City and Regional Planning at Cornell University. She received her masters degree from the Graduate School of Public Administration, Seoul National University in 2011. Her masters thesis, Development and Application of a Community Well-being Index for Korea, focused on defining community wellbeing as a guiding principle for local governments and suggested a new community wellbeing index for Korean metropolitan districts. Her current research interests include the relationship between community wellbeing and local government services; citizen participation; and community development. Her recent articles include, The Development and Application of a Community Wellbeing Index in Korean Metropolitan Cities, An Analysis of the Relative Importance of Components in Measuring Community Wellbeing: Perspectives of Citizens, Public Officials, and Experts, and Sing, Dance, and Be Merry: a Strategy for Successful Urban Development? Rhonda Phillips , Ph.D., AICP, is Dean of the Honors College at Purdue University and a professor in the Agricultural Economics Department. A former senior sustainability scientist in the Global Institute of Sustainability for Arizona State University, she served as professor in School of Community Resources and Development, and affiliate professor in the School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning. Community well-being and development comprise the focus of Rhondas research and outreach activities including community-based education and research initiatives for enhancing quality of life. Honors include serving as the 2006 UK Ulster Policy Fellow Fulbright Scholar and a 2012 Fulbright Senior Specialist to Panama. Rhonda is author or editor of eighteen books, including Community Development Indicators Measuring Systems , and Introduction to Community Development, and serves as editor for the Springer series, Community Quality of Life and Well-Being. Rhonda is president of the International Society for Quality-of-Life Studies, www.isqols.org.
At first, the case appears to be one of simple misadventure. Sonet van Rensburg, a base jumper, falls to her death while attempting to parachute off a newly built 65-story Sandton skyscraper. But Sonet’s jumping partner, Chris Theron, insists that this was no accident, and he hires private investigator Jade de Jong to uncover the truth. Glad of the distraction from her conflicted and seemingly doomed relationship with police superintendent David Patel, Jade immerses herself in the case. She discovers that Sonet worked for a charity that helped impoverished communities become self-supporting farming units. Sonet’s ex-husband, though, has nothing good to say about his wife or the work she has done. He tells Jade that Sonet’s efforts were a useless waste of money and that the farming projects were not sustainable. When Jade travels out to the Siyabonga community’s farm in Limpopo, hoping to prove him wrong, she finds it not just abandoned but razed to the ground. Digging deeper for answers about where the residents went and why they left their fertile valley, Jade finds out that one man died from a terminal illness. Then, to her concern, she learns about more sicknesses and more deaths - a fatal but unknown disease that swept through the entire community. Jade then discovers that Sonet’s sister, Zelda, a journalist, was investigating this mystery, too. Zelda had discovered that one woman and her son had survived the plague and had left the area, and she was doing her best to track that woman down so she could hear her story. But now Zelda is missing, and Jade will have to race against time in order to find her. A deadly harvest has been gathered in, and the only person who knows the real truth about it has been forced to become collateral in its trade. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Justine Eyre. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/bbca/001359de/bk_rhde_002536_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
This book explores social factors that influence well-being, as well as the relationship between these factors. It examines individual areas of social policy from the perspective of childrens well-being, gender equity, and the impact of crime and social capital. The book discusses the relationships of well-being with the provision of public services, with developing a sense of community, and dimensions of happiness in nations. Bringing together perspectives from around the globe, the book provides both theoretical and applied explorations. It links the idea of influencing social factors and outcomes to community well-being, thus adding a new perspective. In doing so, it reflects the new and exciting research that is being conducted at the intersection between social factors, policy, impacts, and community well-being. Youngwha Kee is a professor of the Department of Lifelong Education at Soongsil 156 University and the president of the National Institute of Lifelong Education. She 157 currently serves as the director of the Korea Institute of Local Development 158 Education. Previously, Dr. Kee was president of the Association of Adult and 159 Continuing Education of Korea and researcher of Korea Association for Commu- 160 nity Education. She has served on several advisory committees in relation to 161 educational policies and has been deeply involved with community education 162 among multicultural families and education for the disadvantaged. She serves on 163 the editorial board of the International Journal of Continuing Education and Life- 164 long Learning (Hong Kong) ) and the Lifelong Education Magazine (Taiwan). Her research interests include older adult learning, community education, civic education, and community development. Seung Jong Lee is a professor at the Graduate School of Public Administration, Seoul National University and president of the Korea Research Institute for Local Administration. Previously, he served as the president of the Korean Association for Public Administration and chief editor of several academic journals in related fields. He has frequently advised local and national governments through such positions as chairman of the Local Government Administration Joint Evaluation Committee, vice chairman of the Presidential Committee on Local District Reorganization Plans, and member of the presidential transition committee. Rhonda Phillips is a Professor in the Agricultural Economics Department and Dean of Purdue Universitys Honors College. Rhondas honors include serving as a Fulbright UK Ulster Policy Fellow in Northern Ireland at the University of Ulster, and a Senior Specialist to Panama. She is author or editor of eighteen books, including Introduction to Community Development and Community Development Indicators Measuring Systems. She is editor for the Community Quality of Life and Well-Being series with Springer.
This book shows the relentless pursuit of the Nobel Peace Prize as the motive for bringing about the inter-Korean summit of June 2000 at a cost of hundreds of millions of dollars paid to North Koreas Kim Jong-il - funds used to finance missile and nuclear programs that threaten the region and the world. Master in Comparative Law, Dickinson School of Law Aug. 1997 Jun. 1998 Bachelor in Law, School of Law in Seoul National University Mar. 1984 Feb. 1993 Certificate in Science, Harrisburg Area Community College, PA Aug. 2006 May 2009