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Journal:   URBAN MANAGEMENT STUDIES   winter 2019 , Volume 10 , Number 36 ; Page(s) 29 To 40.
 
Paper: 

Analysis of the Physical Components Influencing the Formation of a Sense of Belongingto the Place in the Residential Complex of Rasht (Case Study: Al Ghadir Complex, Abrisham Complex, Masuleh Tak Complex)

 
 
Author(s):  Jannatpour Niloufar, karimi azeri amir reza*
 
* Art University of Guilan University, Iran
 
Abstract: 
Introduction and Purpose: The sense of belonging to the place leads to the formation of an existential base in individuals with varying levels of social and physical dimensions. The present study is intended to identify and categorize the effective indicators on the formation of a sense of belonging to the place. Method: To answer this question, three residential complexes of Al-Ghadir, Abrisham and Tak Masuleh were selected in Rasht and analyzed using analytic-descriptive method. Using field method, residents' views of these complexes were collected through questionnaires in the field of physical elements affecting the sense of belonging to the place and finally analyzed using SPSS software. Given the unlimited population, the sample size was calculated to be 384 according to the optimal Cochran volume formula. The original questionnaire was then filled out with 35 questions between 390 executive samples. Findings: The results of the findings suggest that the physical strategies in environmental design, such as physical clarity, functional diversity, memorable spaces, urban furniture and green space, with coefficients 0/084, 0/119, 0/193, 0/084 and 0/087. Result: And the significance level of less than 0. 05 is a direct correlation with increasing sense of belonging to the place. Thus, considering the physical features expressed, it is possible to design.
 
Keyword(s): Sense of belonging,Physical Dimension,residential complex,Place,Rasht city
 
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