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This data-set contains information of recorded ethnographic observations (utilising an adapted form of the AEIOU heuristic) from five urban care homes in the UK. These observations are formatted in both transcribed and coded tables and as scans of original field notes. The data set includes method statements describing the process of data capture. Affinity mapping was employed to open-code the data and develop a code book. Five high-level spatial qualities emerged: Spatial Legibility, Spatial Interconnectedness, Spatial Traversability, Spatial Diversity and Spatial Aesthetics.
|Date made available||Mar 2017|
|Publisher||University of Dundee|
|Date of data production||2015 - 2016|
- 1 Finished
BESIDE - Built Environment for Social InclusionThrough the Digital Economy (Design for Wellbeing: Ageing and Mobility in the Built Environment Call) (Joint with Newcastle University)
1/10/13 → 31/03/17
- 1 Article
McIntyre, L. J. & Harrison, I., 6 Apr 2017, In: ArchNet-IJAR. 11, 1, p. 138-156 19 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile
Dee, M. (Creator) & Hanson, V. (Creator), University of Dundee, Sep 2019