The social ecology of student residences
A critical review of the crowding literature is presented and a new, multidimensional variant of the density mediated phenomenological model is derived. It is concluded that in terms of psychological stress the most significant dimension is likely to be social crowding or excessive exposure to others for prolonged periods. A potential source of information concerning the parameters of the density mediation may exist in the notion of privacy. An extensive multidisciplinary examination of the...[Show more]
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