DOI: 10.19830/j.upi.2019.463
Research Progress and Key Dimension Exploration of Healthy Community Construction: Based on the Analysis of International Knowledge Map

Wu Yizhou, Yang Jiacheng, Chen Qianhu

Keywords: Healthy Community; Mapping Knowledge Domain; Connotation; Key Dimensions; CiteSpace

Abstract:

Since the WHO launched the call for healthy community in 1986, the cause has gradually developed and spread out to the Western countries, Japan, Singapore, China, and many other countries. This paper analyzes the mapping knowledge domain of health community research with the help of CiteSpace. The study finds that the healthy community research is mainly conducted in the United States, Canada, Australia and China. The research area generally covers people’s roles and feelings, environment and nature, social roles, healthy cities and healthy communities, as well as community parks and aging. This type of research has experienced an evolution in terms of its primary focus: the integration of physical environment—mental health—philosophy, economics, sociology and other disciplines—community self-adjustment (community resilience). Combining the domestic and international authoritative standards with the actual circumstances in China, this paper summarizes the connotation of healthy community and proposed six dimensions of healthy community construction, including healthy housing, healthy environment, healthy transportation, health facilities, healthy activities, and healthy society.


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