:: Volume 8, Issue 32 (7-2020) ::
3 2020, 8(32): 85-107 Back to browse issues page
Identification the Effects of Residences Behavior Interaction on Organizing Home Internal Space (Case Studies: Single Unit Homes and Apartment)
Sepideh Karimi, Sara Jalalian *
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The place and the atmosphere that someone lives in and gets that converted as his own house is a place that comprises his personality human has spirit tempo and some behaviors that get him introduced as a social creature house additionally along with the shelter is a place for forming the social interactions in order to indulge his needs at the current time Ichr('39')m behavioral patterns and residential paradigms of people mostly are overlooked therefore the main reason of these survey is to consider the reciprocate effect of social interaction of people over the internal atmosphere of houses by changing the behavioral patterns domestic interrelationship   changes there for managing the different atmosphere would emerge in these survey this study is descriptive and analytic regarding case study in order to access the purposes some conceptual items such as social interaction and behavioral pattern or managing the domestic interrelationship would be asserted then the social interaction and its effect on domestic behavior would be evaluated that includes single houses and one apartment which has been located in Hamilton the consequences of these study indicate the reciprocate social interaction pattern and administrating houses internal atmosphere in both samples. It is appeared that exclusive behaviors could affected on both  samples on the basis of shape, sizes and organization of spaces at the same ways, privacy and bedding are crucial factors at single house and within apartment eating plays as a key role.
Keywords: Behaviour, Behaviour pattern, Home, Organize the interior space of the house
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