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Teaching Quality of Life in Different Domains

Graciela H. Tonon (Redaktør)

Serie: Social Indicators Research Series 79

This is the first volume addressing the importance of teaching quality of life theory and methodology in different domains: social sciences, philosophy, sociology, political science, marketing, education, urbanism, statistics, economics, online learning, public health, sports, and constraint contexts in terms of their relationship with the Capability Approach. Les mer
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This is the first volume addressing the importance of teaching quality of life theory and methodology in different domains: social sciences, philosophy, sociology, political science, marketing, education, urbanism, statistics, economics, online learning, public health, sports, and constraint contexts in terms of their relationship with the Capability Approach. The chapters are written by important authors from Europe, North America, Asia, Latin America, Africa and Oceania, and present the syllabus and references of courses, making this volume important and necessary to university professors, students as well as teachers in general.

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Chapter 1. The Importance of Teaching Quality of Life Theory and Methodology in Social Sciences Programs (Graciela Tonon).- Chapter 2. Well-Being and Quality of Life as Resources for Teaching Sociology (Tobia Fattore).- Chapter 3. Teaching Philosophy in Relation with Well-Being (Dan Weijers).- Chapter 4. Training Statisticians in the Field of Quality of Life: A New Challenge for the University System. The Case of QoLexity Master in Italy (Filomena Maggino).- Chapter 5. Nurturing Holistic Development in University Student Through Leadership Courses: The Hong Kong Experience (Daniel Shek).- Chapter 6. Teaching Quality of Life in Political Science (Takashi Inoguchi).- Chapter 7. Introducing Concepts of Well-Being and Quality of Life in Marketing Courses (M. Joseph Sirgy).- Chapter 8. Teaching Quality of Life in Economics from a Nonviolent Perspective (Jorge Guardiola).- Chapter 9. Teaching and Learning Quality of Life in Urban Studies (Javier Martinez).- Chapter 10. Teaching Quality of Life Studies in Impoverished or Low Socio-Economic Contexts (Shazly Savahl).- Chapter 11. Putting Gender on the Quality of Life Agenda (Liz Eckermann).- Chapter 12. How to Teach Quality of Life in Online Higher Education (Matias Popovsky and Graciela Tonon).- Chapter 13. Teaching Quality of Life and Well-Being in Public Health (Chelsea Wesner, Diana Feldhacker and Whitney Lucas-Molitor).- Chapter 14. Teaching Quality-of-Life and Well-Being Within the Context of Sport: The What, Why, How and For Whom! (Diane E. Mack, Philip M. Wilson, Caitlin Kelley, & Jennifer Mooradian).- Chapter 15. The Teaching of Quality of Life in International Relations (Lia Rodriguez de la Vega).- Chapter 16. Statistics, Knowledge, Policy: Putting the Quality back into Life (Jon Hall).- Chapter 17. The Capability Approach to Quality of Life: Some Ideas for Teaching in Social Science and Development (Paul Anand).