Surveying the sustainable safety in Mellat park of Zabol with emphasis on citizens requisite

Sanchuli, Mohammad Ali (2015) Surveying the sustainable safety in Mellat park of Zabol with emphasis on citizens requisite. Masters thesis, university of zabol.

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The human and his environment are an inseparable universality whole. This environment should be based on principles that in addition to responding the needs of citizens can provide a space for long time physical presence and continuing the society life. Having safety is one of the most important factors for continuing this active presence in spaces. The safety can possible the peace of mind in citizens in public spaces. Being near the border of Zabol and lacking of appropriate recreational spaces in this urban and having special weather makes it essential to have safety in parks. The purpose of this paper is surveying the sustainable safety in Mellat park of Zabol city. The safety is tested with indexes such as urban furniture, controlling the location, visual perception of green space, amenities, health, grooming and checking the flooring. The methodology of this research is descriptive – analytical way which is based on studying the documents and field surveying and interviews and the participated population of the research are in range of 15 – 80 years old. The analysis of information is done by SPSS software and its results are shown as tables, figures and pictures. The results show that feeling safety is different for men and women. Women feel more insecurity per men. Also there is a direct linear relationship between safety and the number of access to the park which in the case of increasing the safety it makes more access and in the case of decreasing the safety it makes less access.

Item Type: Thesis (Masters)
Uncontrolled Keywords: Security, Park, Zabol city, Demands of citizens
Subjects: S Agriculture > SB Plant culture
Depositing User: admin admin1 admin2
Date Deposited: 06 Jun 2017 05:32
Last Modified: 06 Jun 2017 05:32

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