RELIGION AND THE QUALITY OF LIFE IN URBAN COMMUNITIES
Journal of Community Positive Practices, 2019, issue 3, 62-73
The study first reviews some research and analysis of the relationships between religion and dimensions of the quality of life. It focuses thereafter on particular investigations of these relationships as they apply to several neighbourhoods in the city of Alba Iulia, Romania, where associations between religious confession and indicators of the quality of life like liveability, incomes and food quality have recently been polled. The observations lead to the conclusion that several religious communities are confronting themselves with problems that are similar and that might be alleviated through a promotion of strategic ecumenism.
Keywords: confession; quality of life; liveability; food quality; strategic ecumenism (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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