Social dimensions of resource development and well-being
The benefits and dis-benefits of resource development for families, communities, and regions, with well-being as a core guiding concept.
Lead researcher: Brenda Parlee, University of Alberta (firstname.lastname@example.org)
This gap analysis researches and highlights areas needing further study with respect to community well-being.
General themes include:
- education systems;
- material well-being;
- culture and well-being;
- social relations and social economies;
- land and well-being; and
- self-determination, human security, and well-being.