少人数世帯における共有領域のあり方に関する研究:寮・コレクティブハウス・ワンルームマンションの比較を通して  [in Japanese] A Study on the Group Territoriality of dwellers in houses for Small Size Households:Comparing Dormitory, Collective house and One-bedroom apartment  [in Japanese]

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The purpose of this study is (1) to investigate how dwellers encourage the sense of “group territoriality” in three types of houses-dormitory, collective house and one-bedroom apartment,(2) to obtain suggestions for the architectural planning of houses for small-size households.<BR>The results are summarized as follows. 1) Dwellers of one-bedroom apartments hardly have the sense of group territoriality because of the lack of neighborhood community, but the Collective house and the dormitory bring up the strong sense of it. 2) Most of dwellers in the Collective house show similar attitude and intention, that is, the group-oriented behaviors. 3) The dormitory is similar to the Collective house, butit has some flexibility to accept individual-oriented dwellers. 4) As for the survey, three types of houses have clear different tendencies toward the group territoriality.

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  • Urban housing sciences

    Urban housing sciences 2006(55), 126-131, 2006

    Association of Urban Housing Sciences

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