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Spatial Behavior Research for Child-friendly Urban Design
Oh, Sunghoon Senior Research Fellow Son, Dongpil Research Fellow Park, Sungnam Associate Research Fellow
  • Provisional 2017-6
  • 2017.09.29
  • 3Page
  • Hit 1107
Summary The purpose of this study is to develop a behavioral scenario of children attending elementary school in order to contribute to planning and designing a child - friendly city. To do this, we surveyed children about their route drawn on the map, the place visited, and the subjective evaluation of the path. The results of this study were to present the actual behavior of children in terms of time and space.
547 children belonging to 25 local children's centers were surveyed and 446 valid questionnaires were obtained. The children who were surveyed ranged from 1st to 6th grades. And children who lived in the area for more than 1 year and less than 3 years were the most frequent. More than 50% of the children did not have a place to visit after school except for the local children's center, and 35.6% of the students visited only one place.
According to the results of the survey, children move an average of 510 meters on foot from home to school, and 677 meters on the way from school to the children's center, and 628 meters on the way from the child center to the home. The average distance is shown as a figure excluding the case of using a passenger car, a bus or a bicycle, but an average moving distance of 500 meters seen as a general walking limit as a whole. In the case of actual distance traveled, it can be seen that it takes place in the middle of another place, which is about 35% when moving to the child center and
23% when moving to the home appear.
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