2 edition of Residential environments and households in the Randstad found in the catalog.
Residential environments and households in the Randstad
H. M. Kruythoff
|Series||Housing and urban policy studies ;, 8|
|LC Classifications||HD7344.A3 K743 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||241 p. :|
|Number of Pages||241|
|LC Control Number||94161763|
Creating more nurturing environments will actually give us more time and more enjoyable time with our children. Struggling with children's unmet-need behaviors is time-consuming and tiring. The more time children spend in environments that nurture them, the more delightful they are to be with. There is a direct relationship between health and housing. When an individual is in poor health, is impaired, or has functional declines due to aging, health concerns are virtually indistinguishable from housing concerns, particularly in an aging housing stock (Lawler, ). To compensate for and help manage health conditions, the physical environment of homes can be both prosthetic and.
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Kruythoff, H. ()Residential environments and households in the Randstad, Delft: Delft University Press. Google Scholar Long, L. () “Residential mobility differences among developed countries”, International Regional Science Review (14), pp.
–Cited by: Good Neighborhoods: A Study of In-Town and Suburban Residential Environments. by Sidney Brower (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book.
Cited by: Residential environments also involve other elements such as the neighborhood, neighbors, and the larger urban community.
This multidisciplinary study of residential environments conveys the complex nature of people's experiences with thier residences, neighborhoods, and communities.
households, since they have to combine more than one workplace with one residential location. T he commuting toler ance of the part ners in these households on the other hand is hig her, because the. The number of households in particular will grow considerably in many regions.
In the Randstad region and surrounding area, the amount of traffic and people and the demand for houses will grow. In the provinces of North Holland, South Holland and Utrecht, the population is expected to grow by thousand households.
Randstad is an equal opportunity employer and makes all employment decisions based solely on the basis of qualifications and without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, genetic information, disability, protected veteran status or any other legally protected group status.
The "EEO is. At the core of housing and welfare research is a premise that stable residential environments are important to children’s health and development. The relationship between housing stability and health outcomes for children is, however, complex; stable housing situations are sometimes associated with poorer health outcomes, and some children may be more or less resilient to residential Author: Baker E, Pham Nta, Daniel L, Bentley R.
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In sociology, household work strategy (a term coined by Ray Pahl in his book, Divisions of Labour) is the division of labour among members of a household. Household work strategies vary over the life cycle as household members age, or with the economic environment; they may be imposed by one person, or be decided collectively.
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