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Children's behaviour in built environment : a study of school as a setting for play and social activity (Also available on CD)

by Kachru, Ishita
Additional authors: Kashikar, Vishwanath (Guide)
Physical details: ii,144p.CD-ROM Year: 2012 List(s) this item appears in: thesis guided by kashikar
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TABLE OF CONTENT Summery 1 Introduction .2 Aim of the study 3 Objectives Methodology 3 a) Methodology adopted to find childrens preference of space and the reasons for these preference. b) Methodology adopted for architectural analysis of the behaviour setting c) Report on how the study was conducted Analytical framework 4 Scope and limitation 5 Criteria for the selection of the case -study 5 Structure of study .5 PART 1- 6 1. Children and Childhood theories.7 1.1. Childhood and different stages of childhood 8 a) Early childhood.8 a.1) Play activity a.2) Social activity b) Middle childhood..9 b.1) Play activity b.2) Social activity c) Adolescence11 c.1) Play activity c.2) Social activity 1.2. Children, play activities and school.12 1.3. Children, social activities and school.13 1.4. Childrens experience of place and architecture..14 2. Behaviour mapping and behaviour settings 15 2.1. Behaviour mapping approach 15 2.2. Behaviour settings.15 2.3. Concept of Affordances in behaviour settings 15 3. School building design and characteristics..16 3.1. School design attributes 16 3.2. School building design types 16 3.3. Spatial and design characteristics of school 17 PART -2 20 1. Introduction to the Case study-1 and case study-2 20 1.1. Site plan information and Project brief 20 1.2. Analysis of Spatial and Design characteristics of school 24 2. Space use pattern map Age wise .29 3. Qualitative assessment 37 4. Quantitative assessment .44 5. Themes or characteristics of the Behaviour setting emerging from the activity map, qualitative and quantita tive assessment 57 PART-3 60 Analysis of Characteristics of the Behaviour setting of Case study-1 and Case Study-2.58 1. The arrival space 59 1.1. The entrance of the school 59 2. Transition space 67 2.1. The corridor 67 2.2. The staircase 77 3. Open/closed/semi-open space inside the school 85 3.1. The courtyard 85 3.2. The open space on each floor91 4. Open/closed/semi-open space outside the school 95 4.1. Play Ground 95 4.2. Basket ball court 105 4.3. Parking 111 4.4. Multipurpose area 118 4.5. Garden 121 4.6. Skating ring 124 4.7. Volley ball court 128 PART-4 131 CONCLUSION132 Appendix 137 Selected Bibliography 142 Acknowledgements 144

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