Journal title SOCIOLOGIA E RICERCA SOCIALE
Author/s Manila Bonciani
Publishing Year 2009 Issue 2009/89 Language Italian
Pages 35 P. 102-136 File size 496 KB
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The Quality of Life in Rome in a Health Perspective - This contribution lies in the opening between the interest of social research for a deeper understanding of phenomena tied to the quality of life, and the need to intervene in public health as well as identify priority areas of action for the promotion of peoples’ health and quality of life. The pilot study carried out in Rome in fact aimed to test a survey instrument on the quality of life from a health perspective. It analyzed the interaction between the environmental dimension, the social-economical and the psychosociological ones and their impact on the quality of life of people who live in urban areas. The purpose of this first contribution is to consider what might influence the promotion of wellbeing, in relation to different levels of human action (macro, meso and micro). The results underline a prominent influence of the psycho-sociological dimension on the perception of individual quality of life and a less substantial influence of the socio-economical one. The absence of a relation with the macro factor, which ecological data of the Municipalities of Rome characterizes as an element of urbanization of the territory, needs further investigation. This can be obtained through a sample survey that guarantees the representativeness of the Roman population.
Manila Bonciani, La qualità della vita a Roma: fattori ambientali, socio-economici e psico-sociali in "SOCIOLOGIA E RICERCA SOCIALE " 89/2009, pp 102-136, DOI: 10.3280/SR2009-089005