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This study investigates the frequency of use, user's satisfaction, and the necessity of various community facilities according to apartment residents' demographic attributes through questionnaires to the present residents of Young-In Dong-Baek Area. The purpose of the study and the questionnaire is to furnish some empirical data for the community facility plans fitting in with social mixing. The facts found are summed up as follows; First, it seems to exist a correlation between the type of housing tenure and family form (or the position in one's life cycle). This phenomenon is expected to make a useful information in the plans of community facilities. Second, there appears to be a multiple correlation among residents' demographic attributes. This fact can serve to be a worthwhile information in setting up community facilities in a complex residential area which contains various types of housing in terms of tenure and size. Third, housewives are proved to be the social group which knows most thoroughly about community facilities and uses them most frequently. Therefore, community facility planners need to pay attention to their opinions in the planning process. Finally, family form turns out to be the most distinguished and peculiar variable among all demographic attributes in explanation of the difference between social groups in the extent of needs of community facilities. The planners have to take notice of the close connection between this variable and housing size (tenure likewise) in their planning of community facilities.


This study investigates the frequency of use, user's satisfaction, and the necessity of various community facilities according to apartment residents' demographic attributes through questionnaires to the present residents of Young-In Dong-Baek Area. The purpose of the study and the questionnaire is to furnish some empirical data for the community facility plans fitting in with social mixing. The facts found are summed up as follows; First, it seems to exist a correlation between the type of housing tenure and family form (or the position in one's life cycle). This phenomenon is expected to make a useful information in the plans of community facilities. Second, there appears to be a multiple correlation among residents' demographic attributes. This fact can serve to be a worthwhile information in setting up community facilities in a complex residential area which contains various types of housing in terms of tenure and size. Third, housewives are proved to be the social group which knows most thoroughly about community facilities and uses them most frequently. Therefore, community facility planners need to pay attention to their opinions in the planning process. Finally, family form turns out to be the most distinguished and peculiar variable among all demographic attributes in explanation of the difference between social groups in the extent of needs of community facilities. The planners have to take notice of the close connection between this variable and housing size (tenure likewise) in their planning of community facilities.