4 edition of Residential crowding and design found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographies and indexes.
|Statement||edited by John R. Aiello and Andrew Baum.|
|Contributions||Aiello, John R., Baum, Andrew.|
|LC Classifications||HM291 .R455|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 252 p. :|
|Number of Pages||252|
|LC Control Number||79000357|
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The intent of this book is threefold: (1) to summarize recent research concerned with residential crowding, (2) to present some new perspec tives on this important subject, and (3) to consider design implications and recommendations that can be derived from the existing body of : Paperback.
The intent of this book is threefold: (1) to summarize recent research concerned with residential crowding, (2) to present some new perspec tives on this important subject, and (3) to consider design implications and recommendations that can be Brand: Springer US.
Get this from a library. Residential Crowding and Design. [John R Aiello; Andrew Residential crowding and design book -- I The Study of Residential Crowding.- 1 Residential Crowding Research.- 2 Crowding and Behavior in Chicago, 3 Residential crowding and design book in Urban Environments: An Residential crowding and design book of Theory and Research.- 4.
The intent of this book is threefold: (1) to summarize recent research concerned with residential crowding, (2) to present some new perspec tives on this important subject, Residential crowding and design book (3) to consider design implications and recommendations that can be derived from the existing body of research.
II Crowding and Residential Design.- 10 Current Status of Work on Crowding and Suggestions for Housing Design.- Residential crowding and design book Generating Behavioral Data for the Design Process.- 12 Design Implications of Spatial Research.- 13 Density, Personal Control, and Design.- 14.
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This chapter is concerned with the experimental study of residential crowding; we intend to review briefly previous research in this area and to consider the strengths of the experimental and quasi-experimental methodologies that have evolved for use in naturally occurring : Paul J.
Hopstock, John R. Aiello, Andrew Baum. G.W. Evans, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, 1 Psychological Consequences of Crowding, Noise, and Air Pollution. The primary index of crowding is residential density (people/room).
Other measures of crowding, particularly those at a larger scale, such as people per acre, have proven inconsequential for health and behavioral. Residential crowding and household crowding thus combine to produce higher crime rates in cities than in urban areas.
City neighborhoods differ in their degree of both types of crowding, and those that have higher crowding rates should have higher crime rates, all else equal.
In sociologist Rodney Stark’s () Stark, R. Deviant. recent research about residential crowding, presenting new perspectives, and deriving design implications from the existing literature. We are, moreover, informed at the beginning of Residential Crowding and Design that all of these goals were successfully reached.
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The text provides a thorough, how-to explanation Residential crowding and design book each of the steps of the design process–from initial contact with the client to.
This chapter examines residential crowding from an ecological perspective. Crowding is one among several, adverse environmental conditions more likely to occur for poor households and Residential crowding and design book ethnic. This book pulls together a Residential crowding and design book of perspectives on urban form and urban design.
It contains invited contributions by well-known architects, economists, geographers, sociologists, and planners, fostering a much-needed dialogue between practitioners and theorists of urban planning. The contributions provide inclusive reviews of the state-of-the-art in various fields, as.
Sixty male and 60 female subjects previously classified as high and low on a residential crowding experience scale participated in an experiment involving a 2 × 3 × 2 × 2 (density, noise.
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educational and vocational skills deficits. This crowding contributed to episodes of inmate frustration and anger, which increased the risk of harm to staff and other inmates.
The BOP addressed these challenges through enhanced population management and inmate supervision strategies, improved architectural design, and improved security. But it's still uncertain how directly knowledge from environmental psychology can be translated into architecture. “Part of the problem is that much of the work in the field is very psychological [or] behavioral, and it doesn’t easily translate into specific design recommendations,” says Alan Hedge, a professor at Cornell University’s Department of.
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Residential design identifies the building of people's homes. In Suedfeld, P. and Russell, J. A., editors, The behavioral basis of design: Book I. Selected papers of the Proceedings of the 7th International Conference of the EDRA, Vancouver, BC.
Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania: Hutchinson and Ross. Google ScholarCited by: 5. External built residential environment characteristics include aspects of building design such as types of walls, doors and windows, green spaces, density of houses per unit area, and waste disposal facilities.
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Subjects' perceptions of space available and thresholds of crowding were assessed by the placement of miniature figures in model rooms and room ratings along several dimensions. Data presented indicated that perceptions of physical space available in the setting and crowding thresholds are effectively mediated by variations in interior by: ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OF G+3 RESIDENTIAL BUILDING A project report is submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the Award of the degree of BACHELOR OF TECHNOLOGY in CIVIL ENGINEERING Submitted by SHAIK MAHAMMAD (R) Under the esteemed guidance of BHUPAL REDDY Lecturer in Department of Civil Engineering.
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The intent of this book is threefold: (1) to summarize recent research concerned with residential crowding, (2) to present some new perspec- tives on this important subject, and (3) to consider design implications and recommendations that can be derived from the existing body of research.
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The new colleges will increase enrollment by 15 percent, to about 6, undergraduates, while reducing crowding in the existing colleges.   Yale School of Architecture Dean Robert Stern, known for his contextual and traditionalist approach to architecture, was selected to design the colleges in a neo-Gothic style.
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