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Changing neighbourhoods and changing human social behaviour : co-relating privacy affordances and inter-personal relations in a residential environment through a comparative integrated framework (Also available on CD)

by Sarna, Prachi (PA103016)
Additional authors: Kashikar, Vishwanath (Guide)
Physical details: 100p.,CD-ROM Year: 2018 List(s) this item appears in: thesis guided by kashikar
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CONTENTS
Abstract 9
Acknowledgements 11
Table of Contents 13
List of Figures 17
List of Tables 18
List of Equations 18
1 Introduction 19
1.1 Urbanisation & Human Living Systems 19
1.2 Need for the Study 21
1.3 The Proposal 22
1.3.1 Research Question 22
1.3.2 Aim 22
1.3.3 Objectives . 22
1.4 Research Methodology 23
1.4.1 About the Site and Samples 24
1.4.2 The Theoretical Framework 24
1.4.3 The Practical Framework 24
1.4.4 The Analytical Framework 25
1.5 Scope & Limitation 25
2 Environment Behaviour Studies 27
2.1 Origin of Environemnt Behaviour Studies 27
2.2 Design Approaches in Environemnt Behaviour Studies 29
2.3 Environemnt & Behaviour Relation - Existing Theories & Critical Analyses 30
2.3.1 B.F. Skinner’s Operant Psychology (1958) 31
2.3.2 Roger Barker’s theory of Behaviour Setting (1968) 31
2.3.3 Ecological Psychology 32
2.3.4 Jon T. Lang’s Theory of Architectural Determinism 32
2.4 Literature Synthesis 33
3 Built Environment & Human Social Behaviour 37
3.1 The Built Environment 37
3.2 Human Social Behaviour 38
3.3 The Environmental Behaviour Loop 39
4 The Residential Setting & its Satisfaction 43
4.1 The Residential Setting . 43
4.2 Changing Systems of Residential Living 44
4.3 Residential Satisfaction . 44
4.3.1 Residential Satisfaction & the Social System . 45
4.3.2 Residential Satisfaction & Satisfaction for the City 46
5 The Social System in a Residential Setting 47
5.1 Social Relations – The Interpersonal Relations 47
5.2 Privacy as a Social Need 49
5.2.1 Extent of Privacy . 49
5.2.2 Aiming for Desired Privacy 50
5.3 Territoriality as a Social Behaviour 51
5.4 Territories as Affordances of the built environment 52
5.5 The Co-relations in the Social System . 53
6 Research Design – The Derived Frameworks 57
6.1 The Activity System of the Neighbourhood 57
6.2 Theoretical Framework . 58
6.3 Practical Framework 58
6.3.1 Mapping Extent of Territories 59
6.3.2 Mapping Extent of Territoriality 60
6.3.3 Mapping Interactive index of the neighbourhood 62
6.4 Analytical Framework . 63
7 Demonstration through Sample Study 65
8 Findings . 77
9 Recommendations 79
10 Conclusions 81
10.1 Privacy 81
10.2 Interaction . 81
10.3 Density 82
11 Discussions 83
References 85
Appendices 87
A1. Affordance Calculations for N1 87
A2. Documentation and Mapping for N2 88
A3. Documentation and Mapping for N3 91
A4. Documentation and Mapping for N4 95
A5. Questions for Interviews 99

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