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The Development and Application of Children’s Participation Design Workshop for Child-Friendly Neighborhood : Focusing on the Growth and Development of Children

Park Hyosook 1 Lee Woomin 1 Kim, Seung-Nam 2 Kim, Jaecheol 3 Lee, Kyunghwan 4

1국토연구원
2중앙대학교
3가천대학교
4공주대학교

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ABSTRACT

This study analyzed the effects of a neighborhood design workshop with children on their neighborhood perception, spatial recognition and neighborhood attachment. The workshop was conducted with Kae-myong elementary school students in Seoul. The study methods were composed of questionnaire surveys, participant interviews, mind mapping, and landscape montage technique. Key findings are as follows. First, the results of the surveys indicated that the children’s neighborhood perception level was increased by 0.75 points after neighborhood design workshop. In addition, 28.57% of the children reported the increase of neighborhood perception during in-depth interviews. Second, children’s neighborhood recognition range and their basic ability of spatial recognition were increased. Particularly, children’s spatial recognition level was increased by 0.94 points after their participation in drawing activities with landscape montage technique. Lastly, the results of the surveys indicated that the children’s neighborhood attachment level increased about 0.39 points and 69.70% of the children reported increase in their neighborhood attachment level.

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