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CHAPTER TWO HOUSING EVALUATION CRITERIA
CHAPTER THREE COMPARATIVE BEHAVIOUR
CHAPTER FOUR STUDY DESIGN
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acre city age of dwelling algorithm apartment areas assumptions attri average behaviour characteristics clusters condominium considered decision decision-making desire DIAGRAM drop in satisfaction dwelling type erences evaluate housing evaluation criteria family type family's geographers given higher probability housing bundle housing choice housing evaluation housing goal housing market housing preferences ideal identify indicate interval scale Johnson's Algorithm Land Economics less life-cycle like-to-like hypothesis matrix Milwaukee monthly payments Multidimensional Scaling neighbourhood character number of attributes numerical analysis older part-worths pattern perceived physical search population predicted pref prefer to live preference structure present questionnaire race of neighbours rank order rational residential choice residential location respondents revealed preferences sample members satisficing schools second preference single family dwelling social spatial coincidence structural theory subgroups supported tenure status tested theories of residential Third Preference tion trade-off trading-off type of dwelling upper-income families urban utilities variables white neighbourhood