The meaning of activities in the dwelling and residential environment
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The meaning of activities in the dwelling and residential environment a structural approach in people-environment relations by Janine Meesters

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Published by IOS Press, Delft University Press in Amsterdam, Delft .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Housing,
  • Housing -- Resident satisfaction,
  • Housing -- Psychological aspects,
  • Human beings -- Effect of environment on,
  • Urban ecology (Sociology),
  • City and town life,
  • Lifestyles

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementdoor Janine Meesters.
SeriesSustainable urban areas -- 27, Sustainable urban areas -- 27.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHD7287 .M435 2009
The Physical Object
Pagination269 p. :
Number of Pages269
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23972829M
ISBN 101607500124
ISBN 109781607500124
LC Control Number2009288510

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Get this from a library! The meaning of activities in the dwelling and residential environment: a structural approach in people-environment relations. [Janine Meesters; IOS Press.] -- The dwelling is a central setting in people's everyday life. People use their dwelling and residential environment for a large variety of activities and purposes. The meaning of activities in the dwelling and residential environment: a structural approach in people-environment relations. their dwelling and residential environment for a large variety of activities and purposes. The Meaning of Activities in the Dwelling and Residential Environment systematically relates activities, settings and meanings to improve the insight into people-environment relations which is called a meaning structure approach. Over people, living. The dwelling is a central setting in people’s everyday life. People use their dwelling and residential environment for a large variety of activities and purposes. This study systematically relates activities, settings and meanings to improve the insight into people-environment relations. This is called a meaning structure approach. Over people, living in either a city centre, suburban or.

The meaning of activities in the dwelling and residential environment: A structural approach in people-environment relations. By J. (author) Meesters. Abstract. Real Estate and HousingOTB Research Institut Publisher: IOS Press. Year: OAI. A residential environment is defined as a system of settings in which systems of activities take place that forms a sub-system of the environment. A dwelling is a sub-system of the residential environment that forms the primary anchor in the environment for an individual (Rapoport, a, ). Only a subset of all human activities takes. The meaning of activities in the dwelling and residential environment: A structural approach in people-environment relations Published in Sustainable Urban Areas   A dwelling is an individual's primary anchor in the environment. It may serve many functions, such as shelter, privacy, security, control and status. From an ecological point of view the meaning of dwellings lies in these functional relationships between human beings and their dwellings.

Weekly and Monthly Planner For - (" x 11" - cm x cm) Time to get organized and focus with this beautiful planner to help you schedule your daily activities! Each page of this trendy planner holds an overview of the upcoming activities in monthly and weekly view. Building, dwelling, living: How animals and people make themselves at home in the world This chapter is partly autobiographical, and describes my own attempts over the last few years to find a satisfactory way of understanding the relationships between people and their environments. Residential Dwelling means any one of the following: (i) a detached single family dwelling, (ii) a two-to-four family dwelling, (iii) a co-operative unit, (iv) a unit in a condominium project, or (v) a detached single family dwelling in a planned unit ged Properties that consist of the following property types are not Residential Dwellings: (a) log homes, (b) earthen homes. Keywords: Meaning of a dwelling, lifestyle, culture, “home” 1. Introduction The meaning of a dwelling, sometimes called the meaning of “home,” has been studied from many different perspectives in sociology, psychology and environment-behaviour studies (Després, ; Moore, ). These studies, however, have mainly investigated the.