ASSESSING THE FACTORS AFFECTING THE PROMOTION OF SOCIAL INTERACTION THROUGH GREEN SPACE OF RESIDENTIAL COMPLEX TO SOCIAL STABILITY APPROACH IN HAMEDAN

Maryam GHANBARPOUR, Heydar JAHAN BAKHSH
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Abstract


Abstract. Social action or social interaction is the most important factor affecting the human communities and form of bilateral relations between people and it is one of the basic factors in achieving social sustainability. In this regard, there are grounds for the formation of positive social and efficient interactions to allow the people to form a relationship with others.  Green space in residential complexes as the environment provides to the residents together can  create a basis for interaction between them. The use of green space in residential housing, which directly influenced the indicators of quality of place and with acceptable quality can change the perception of the environment and also have a positive impact on people's behavior.This research hypothesis is whetehr  by creating and understanding of the role of green space in residential complexes we can achieve indicators of improving social interactions residents and finally to social stability. In this study, several housing complexes in Hamedan city investigated as a case study to collect data and hypothesis testing was done to assess the factors affecting social interaction by promoting Green space residential complex approach to social stability. In the theoretical model of this study, the role Green space in the residential complex is independent variables and the dependent variable is the social interaction of residents. Data were analyzed using SPSS software. The results indicated that the three factors of physical, spatial - environmental and behavioral factors are the most important factor in creating social interaction among the residents of green space.


Keywords


Social Sustainability, Green Space, Physical Factors, Spatial-Environmental Factors, Behavioral Factors

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