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An Analysis about Moving Awareness and Trend of Route Choice in Middle School Students on Variation Type
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 Title & Authors
An Analysis about Moving Awareness and Trend of Route Choice in Middle School Students on Variation Type
Jeong, Joo-Seong;
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 Abstract
This study was carried out to analyze moving awareness of students to physical conditions and attitudes on user`s place to moving route. Moving awareness and route choice of students on variation type were grasped through questionnaire. As the results, the satisfaction degree, moving awareness and elapsed time for adaptation of students to physical facilities associated with moving class were antithetical to numbers of class and student. The more students, the more negative the moving itself. Especially, students showed a different tendency to route choice of high frequency moving and possession awareness of their belongings according to spatial nearness and composition of homebase. These basic data will be utilizable to suggest various model for composition and rearrangement of school space.
 Keywords
Middle Schools;A Variatoin Type;Awareness of Moving;Route Choice;
 Language
Korean
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