高層住宅に居住する幼児の自立行動を規定する環境要因の抽出 : 都市集合住宅における幼児の生活空間計画に関する研究 その3 [in Japanese] RESIDENTIAL ENVIRONMENT AFFECTING INFANTS' INDEPENDENT BEHAVIOR AT HIGH-RISE APARTMENTS Planning space for infants in urban multifamily housing, Part 3 [in Japanese]
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This paper analizes the relation between infants' independent behavior and their residential environment in high-rise apartments. Physical factors (the characteristics of housing projects and apartments) and human factors (the behavior and consciousness of mothers) are considered as the residential environment. This study, confirms the following: 1. The behavior and consciousness of mothers are explained by their sociability, protectiveness and frankness. 2. The behavior and consciousness of mothers are influenced by the physical factors such as a housing project type, an apartment style and a floor level. Especially, mothers' protectiveness is much affected by the physical factors. 3. The conditions that tend to hinder infants from going out independently are these: (1) to live in a high-rise, high density housing project type in urban area, (2) to live on higher than the fifth floor, (3) to have a protective mother, (4) to be unable to recognize their housing, (5) to have less outdoor play, (6) to have fewer friends.
- Journal of Architecture, Planning and Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ)
Journal of Architecture, Planning and Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ) 396(0), 20-26, 1989
Architectural Institute of Japan