Associations between sense of community and wellbeing: A comprehensive variable and person-centered exploration.

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Summary of "Associations between sense of community and wellbeing: A comprehensive variable and person-centered exploration."

The study aims to better understand the relationship between sense of community (SOC) and wellbeing from multiple analytical perspectives, considering different aspects of wellbeing and individual contextual factors.


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Name: Journal of community psychology
ISSN: 1520-6629


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