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Wellbeing : challenging the Anglo-Saxon hegemony / Catherine Coron and Louise Dalingwater (eds).

Format:
Book
Language:
English
Published/​Created:
  • Paris : Presses Sorbonne nouvelle, [2017]
  • copyright 2017
Description:
189 pages : color charts ; 24 cm
Bibliographic references:
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents:
Acknowledgements -- Pt. 1. I Historical Approach to Conceptualising Wellbeing -- The Felicific Calculus: Jeremy Bentham's Definition of Happiness -- Reconciling Ethics and Economics : Amartya Sen's Concept of Wellbeing -- Pt. 2. Pt. 1. Towards an Anglo-American Definition of Wellbeing -- "Fifty Shades of Happiness": The Challenge of Defining Wellbeing in the United States -- Wellbeing: a Genuine British Cultural, Social and Economic Notion ? -- Pt. 3. Pt. 1. Politics and Policy in the Wellbeing Debate -- Measuring Wellbeing in an Age of Austerity -- The Political Economy of Wellbeing in England : Whither the Quality of Governance ? -- Defining Wellbeing at the Local Level : Illustration of a Neo-liberal Construct ? -- Pt. 4. Pt. 1. Alternatives to Anglo-American Wellbeing Conceptualisation ? -- British Policies to Measure Wellbeing at Work and the Influence of the Neo-Liberal Model -- What Wellbeing and Harmony Mean for the Navajo -- Confucianism Promoted as an Alternative to the Anglo-Saxon Social-Cultural Model.
Subject(s):
ISBN:
9782878547115 (pbk.) :
OCLC:
996402055
Editor:
RCP:
N - O