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The Influence Factors Analysis of The Street Revaitalization by Spatial Distribution of Small Retail Businesses' Classification in Seoul City

서울시 업종별 점포의 공간분포가 가로활성화에 미치는 영향요인 분석

  • Won, You Ho (Graduated School of Urban Studies, Hanyang Univ.) ;
  • Choi, Chang Gyu (Graduated School of Urban Studies, Hanyang Univ.) ;
  • Lee, Joo Hyung (Graduated School of Urban Studies, Hanyang Univ.)
  • Received : 2014.09.29
  • Accepted : 2014.12.31
  • Published : 2014.12.31

Abstract

This study analyzed an impact relationship between the variable of street based on the walking enhancement factors and the street revitalization. In detail, walking enhancement factors include a physical environment, accessibility and a density which was derived from previous studies. In addition, This study also analyzed the diversity of the profession which was emphasized by Jacobs(1961) and the influence of the specific space on street revitalization that was emphasized by Ray Oldenburg (1989) and Richard MacCormac (1983). The anlaysis by types showed the walking enhancement factors, including street envirnoment, accessibility, density and diversity, which were emphasized by Jacobs(1961) possessed similararites between weekdays and weekends. On contrast, the spatial distribution of stores showed a major difference of influences on street revitalization between weekdays and weekends as Ray Oldenburg (1989) and Richard MacComac (1983) has insisted.

Keywords

Pedestrian Volume;Diversity;Density of Retail;Jane Jacobs;Revaitalization in The Street

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