This volume is a unique contribution to the exploration of a new perspective in the study of well-being, which tries to overcome the quantification bias by creating an account of ‘the good life’ in a specific place. Rather than numbers, this research focuses on local narratives, emphasising the urgent need to include a wider range of methodological approaches when engaging with well-being.
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Returning in triumph to New York City to announce their victory, the revolutionaries, Bil and Alce, the very very old Ralp Nadir and the very, very sexy Dian Toffler, find that no one has noticed the revolvtion, and no one cares. Everyone just wants to keep on jogging, safe and secure and uninvolved. Finally, the message of freedom breaks through…
The volume demonstrates through the Bolivian case study the value of qualitative research for well-being studies. It shows the potential to integrate predominant quantitative data with qualitative outcomes, such as those emerging through ethnography. It is aimed at academics, researchers and students in well-being/quality of life studies, as well as audiences in the non-profit, governmental and policy in the non-profit, governmental and policy sectors. The book provides new perspectives in achieving better indicators of well-being and quality-of-life.