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2013 (Vol. 5, Issue: 11)
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Measure and Analyze How Continuity in Place Influence Place Attachment Case Study: Abadanian Residential Community, Hamedan, Iran

Saeid Alitajer, Mojtaba Khanian and Adel Sharifi
Corresponding Author:  Saeid Alitajer 

Key words:  Migration, place attachment, personal context, residential complex, , ,
Vol. 5 , (11): 645-650
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March 26, 2013 May 08, 2013 November 20, 2013
Abstract:

This study aim to measure and analyze how continuity in place influence place attachment Forced migrations have been considered among the factors which have changed the special identities and equations for a part of people. These migrations have sometimes caused migrants to forget their identity and traditions of their hometowns and build their destination based on a combination of the past customs and the available materials. The result is attachment to place. This research pays attention refugees’ dwelling in Hamden during and after the war of Iran and Iraq. Focusing on the attachment dimension and place. First, the place attachment dimensions were determined in terms of literature and previous researches. Then, the study variables of refugees’ presence were determined by field studies and statistical analyses, to get the attachment severity. The results show that the priority of affecting factors refugee’s attachment is environmental factors, social factors and personal context (identity and dependence).
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Saeid Alitajer, Mojtaba Khanian and Adel Sharifi, 2013. Measure and Analyze How Continuity in Place Influence Place Attachment Case Study: Abadanian Residential Community, Hamedan, Iran.  Research Journal of Environmental and Earth Sciences, 5(11): 645-650.
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