Neighborhood and Community Environments Irwin Altman

ISBN: 9781489919649

Published: June 2nd 2013

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298 pages


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Neighborhood and Community Environments  by  Irwin Altman

Neighborhood and Community Environments by Irwin Altman
June 2nd 2013 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | 298 pages | ISBN: 9781489919649 | 6.49 Mb

To the three basic needs of humans - food, clothing, and shelter - add a fourth - a sense of belonging. The advantages of being part of a large group have led nomadic people to settle into stable communities, caused new towns to sprout up around theMoreTo the three basic needs of humans - food, clothing, and shelter - add a fourth - a sense of belonging.

The advantages of being part of a large group have led nomadic people to settle into stable communities, caused new towns to sprout up around the world, continued the sprawl of suburbia, and contributed to the deterioration and gentrification of urban areas. In short, the overall demographic makeup of communities and neighborhoods is in a state of flux.

In order to keep up with these changes, much research has been done on this fascinating and complex subject in the field of environment and behavior. Neighborhood and Community Environmentsis a broad based, comprehensive treatment of this topic. The various stages of transition - formation, expansion, decline, and renewal - in neighborhood development are covered from historical, anthropological , psychological, and sociological viewpoints.



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