Group-Specific Residential Conduct
- Heidemann, Lutz (Abteilung für Sozialwissenschaft der Ruhr-Universität Bochum)
- Abteilung fuer Sozialwissenschaft der Ruhr-Universitaet Bochum (Data Collector)
- Community, Living Environment
CESSDA Topic Classification:
- Community, urban and rural life
AbstractResidential conduct, satisfaction with residential area and housing desires of residents of a newly established settlement in Bochum. Topics: 1. Survey part: time of moving and first impression of the new city settlement; today´s judgement on the new municipal area; difficulties adjusting; judgement on the building surface and paint colors; neighborhood contacts; judgement on group facilities in the building; judgement on building management; judgement on child-orientation of the settlement as well as of the residence; detailed judgement on the plan of the residence as well as of all rooms; judgement on the basic equipment of the residence and attitude to greater amenities; judgement on the floor and temperature of the residence; perceived noise pollution from co-residents or stairway and elevator; comparison of current residence with earlier residence; amount of rent and subjectively perceived rent burden; recept of rent aid; time expended and means of transport used for the way to work; judgement on the location of Hustadt relative to the university and the center of Bochum; frequency of trips to the center of town and visits to cultural facilities or events; shopping habits; judgement on the distance of the buildings from each other and the ´openness´ of the residence to view from outside; general judgement on the external appearance of the building; satisfaction with life in Hustadt; inclination to move. 2. Observation part: The interviewer conducted an intensive observation of the residence in part during the interview but primarily not until after the end of the actual interview. Recorded were: type, style and extent of room furniture; number of books and pictures in the living room; books in other rooms; detailed recording of all pieces of furniture in every room of the residence. Demography: age; family composition; number of children; age of children; age and number of siblings; household income; household size; characteristics of spouse; self-assessment of social class.
North Rhine-Westphalia (DE-NW)Hustadt in Bochum-Querenburg
Oral survey with standardized questionnaire and observation by the interviewer
Number of Units: 223
- ZA1169 (Type: ZA-No.)
Heidemann, Lutz: Gruppenspezifisches Wohnverhalten. Essen: Verlag der Scharioth´schen Buchhandlung 1978.
Update Metadata: 2021-04-07 | Issue Number: 87 | Registration Date: 2010-07-22