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Effects of Security Needs of Citizens Utilizing CCTV on the Life Satisfaction

CCTV를 통한 시민들의 안전욕구충족이 생활만족에 미치는 영향

  • Received : 2011.03.15
  • Accepted : 2011.03.29
  • Published : 2011.07.28

Abstract

This study will compare and analyze the effect of satisfaction of security needs on life satisfaction according to sociodemographic features and will find the factors of security needs satisfaction and life satisfaction. a total of three humdred questionnaires was distributed to male and female who live in Seoul(Gang-dong, Gang-sue, Songpa-gu and Gand-buk) in Aug. and Sept., 2010 and over nineteen years old. Except making the wrong questionnaires, total questionnaires was sampled from 259 questionnaires using judgment sampling method after selecting. Data analysis be used by SPSSWIN 18.0 Version. The validity and reliability of questionnaires are verified for factorial analysis and reliability analysis and also T test and F test are used for finding for differences of life satisfaction and satisfaction of security needs. And, this study is tested the regression analysis for the effects on the life satisfaction and satisfaction of security. Utilizing CCTV on the Life Satisfaction, this study were drawn the conclusions as following. First, the satisfaction of security needs as demographic characteristics have the part of the difference. the result shows to different psychological needs as educational level at the group less than college graduates. Second, the result of satisfaction of security as demographic characteristics is significantly higher in the male group and life satisfaction as education is significantly higher in more than college graduates. Third, the satisfaction of security needs of citizens through the CCTV effects to life satisfaction. environmental needs and information needs are as high as life satisfaction.

Keywords

Satisfaction of Security Needs;Life Satisfaction;CCTV

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