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Journal:   HOUSING AND RURAL ENVIRONMENT   SPRING 2016 , Volume 35 , Number 153; Page(s) 57 To 72.
 
Paper: 

THE RESEARCHING ANATOMICAL AND FUNCTIONAL VICISSITUDES OF RURAL HOUSING (CASE: AREA SHASKOOH-GHAYENAT COUNTY)

 
 
Author(s):  SHATERI MOFID*, HAJIPOUR MOHAMMAD, AGHAJANPOUR PARISA
 
* GROUP OF GEOGRAPHY, UNIVERSITY OF ISFAHAN
 
Abstract: 

Tending to the main human needs is of the topmost objective and strategy of rural developments.
Housing, as one of these needs, would reveal the changes and transformations due to different strategies of development. These transformations may show social-cultural situations, religious beliefs, income amount or the general level of development in the society, or they may act as major factor in stability or instability of rural settlements, and at last, they may gain primacy in the process of rural development. For this reason, regarding deep relationship between housing and the process of development in rural settlements, the study of structural and functional transformations of these residences is of major importance.
After the earthquake of the region known as Zirkooh in Ghayenat County in 1997, residences and traditional fabric of many of rural settlements, including Shaskooh rural district were damaged seriously or destroyed. Then, local residents and related organizations took charge of the restoration process.
The results of the research on which this paper is based on were gathered through the study of corporeal changes and functional alterations of rural housing in the mentioned region.
For this purpose, an applied research has designed to address the issue with a quantitative approach using descriptive-analytic methods and deep observation. The study has relied on both document analysis and field observations. The numbers of samples was determined by Cochran formula, based on which 294 families were chosen. Analysis of the data was performed using SPSS software and Paired-samples T Test of relevant samples.
General results show that with respect to physical-corporeal indicators of rural housing no meaningful change has been diecerned. Some samples show a decrease in the physical dimensions of rural residences. From a functional point of view, the common pattern like before is comprised of living quarters, service areas and space provided for domestic livelihood functions. The study confirms the fact the highest percentage is allocated to living quarters both before and after the earthquake.

 
Keyword(s): PHYSICAL-CORPOREAL CHANGES, FUNCTIONAL ALTERATION, RURAL HOUSING, SHASKOOH, GHAYENAT COUNTY
 
 
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APA: Copy

SHATERI, M., & HAJIPOUR, M., & AGHAJANPOUR, P. (2016). THE RESEARCHING ANATOMICAL AND FUNCTIONAL VICISSITUDES OF RURAL HOUSING (CASE: AREA SHASKOOH-GHAYENAT COUNTY). HOUSING AND RURAL ENVIRONMENT, 35(153), 57-72. https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=508662



Vancouver: Copy

SHATERI MOFID, HAJIPOUR MOHAMMAD, AGHAJANPOUR PARISA. THE RESEARCHING ANATOMICAL AND FUNCTIONAL VICISSITUDES OF RURAL HOUSING (CASE: AREA SHASKOOH-GHAYENAT COUNTY). HOUSING AND RURAL ENVIRONMENT. 2016 [cited 2021May08];35(153):57-72. Available from: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=508662



IEEE: Copy

SHATERI, M., HAJIPOUR, M., AGHAJANPOUR, P., 2016. THE RESEARCHING ANATOMICAL AND FUNCTIONAL VICISSITUDES OF RURAL HOUSING (CASE: AREA SHASKOOH-GHAYENAT COUNTY). HOUSING AND RURAL ENVIRONMENT, [online] 35(153), pp.57-72. Available: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=508662.



 
 
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