Weidemann, S., J.R. Anderson, D.I. Butterfield & P.M. O’Donnell, 1982, Resident’s perception of satisfaction and safety, a basis for change in multifamily housing, in: Environment and Behavior, , 6
- Author : Weidemann, S., J.R. Anderson, D.I. Butterfield & P.M. O'Donnell
- Year : 1982
- Journal/Series : Environment and Behavior
- Volume Number (ANNUAL: Counting Volumes of the Year shown above) : 6
- Pages : 695-724
- Abstract in English : This article reports on the use of the concepts of residential satisfaction and safety in the evaluation of a specific multifamily public housing site and illustrates the potential of these concepts for critical information for the future planning and design of that side. This research first examines which aspects of a particular residential environment are related to residents’ satisfaction. Then it considers the relationship between resident satisfaction and perceived safety from crime. Finally it examines physical, social, and managerial predictors of residents’ perceptions of safety.
- Comments/Notes : KEYWORDS: safety, satisfaction, quality. (The term quality is not explicitly used, but in today’s context this paper concerns this Item. UTILITY: lecturers/teachers, academic research.