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On The Size Of Cultural Groups

By : Amos Rapoport

Over the past three decades the importance of ‘culture’ for the design of supportive environments generally, and housing in particular, has increasingly been acknowledged. However, it is striking how little impact this has had on planning and design, and also how difficult it would be to demonstrate such impact, and to evaluate it, in absence of any explicit criteria. There is little and inadequate knowledge about this matter generally, and even less work on it in the specific context of Environment-Behaviour Studies (EBS). That is the topic that I address in this paper.

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