- Volume 12 Issue 2
This study evaluates common activity and quality of life in Swedish cohousing units to examine whether Swedish cohousing functions properly or not. A questionnaire survey was fulfilled during the autumn of 2010 in G
Cohousing unit;Sweden;Common activity;Life satisfaction;Evaluation
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