Families in High Rise Apartments

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Social Planning Council of Metropolitan Toronto, 1973 - Apartment houses - 166 pages
Study describes in outline broadest picture of family life in apartments including physical & social environment, raising children, user satisfaction, user aspirations. Study group encountered 300 families (household unit of at least 1 adult and 1 child under 16 years) through whom they tested the environment (physical & social) in middle to low rental types of apartments (some limited dividend & public housing included). Study mainly focused on high rise living although some low rise and town house accommodations were studied for comparison. It took form of questionnaires and interviews followed by data analysis.

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
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SUMMARY OF FINDINGS
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IMPLI CAT IONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
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