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Model of Community Service For Inclusive Society
Introduction: In today's long-lived society, we identify the need to establish a model of community services with the effect of the social inclusion of each individual. An inclusive society is based on creating coexistence in the community and balance in intergenerational coexistence arising from the individual’s psychological needs. Creating a society tailored to man is a concept that ensures social and economic development through the circular economy. The ETRI principles, which are ecology, ergonomics and ethical economics, form a value system that leads to the inclusion of socially excluded people and thus to social benefits. Methods: The research is based on a quantitative research approach. Using the survey method, we studied the individual's psychological needs, which are the basis for the design of community services. We included 1208 respondents from all three generations in the non-random sample. Hypotheses were tested by t-test and correlation analysis. Results: The results of the research confirm important differences in terms of basic psychological needs both between generations and in terms of urban and rural environment. People in rural areas perceive greater concern from the community than people in urban areas. Conclusions: For the realization of community services, cross-sectoral and partnership connections between various stakeholders are important, the main goal of which is to create an inclusive society or a society tailored to man. In designing community services, a long-lived society must be based on the principles of fairness, dignity, responsibility, transparency and reliability, and be based on the basic psychological needs of each individual.