地方依恋:对象、影响因素与研究趋势
Place Attachment: Research Object, Predictors and Trend

作者: 杨 奕 * , 吴建平 :北京林业大学心理学系;

关键词: 地方依恋社会因素物理环境因素环境心理学Place Attachment Social Predictors Physical Predictors Environmental Psychology

摘要: 地方依恋是人地关系研究的重要研究方向,其有社会心理学与现象学两个研究取向。它是一个复杂的综合概念,可以看作以情感为中心,人受环境影响并与环境建立的联结。地方依恋以家、周围邻里、城市等地方范畴,自然区域与人们喜爱的地方为主要的研究对象。地方依恋受社会、物理环境因素与人口学因素的交互影响。未来研究可以不同的人群为切入点,整合两个研究取向,探讨文化与人格对地方依恋的影响。

Abstract: Place attachment, as a significant research direction for research on the people-place relationship, has two research orientations: social psychology and phenomenology. As a complex concept, it could be treated as the combination of influences from the environment to people and connections built with the environment by people, and both of which are emotions-oriented. The main objects of research on place attachment are different scales of place, including homes, neighborhoods, cities, and also with the involvement of natural areas and people’s favourite places. Besides influences to it comes form the interaction of social predictors, physical predictors and Socio-demographic predictors. Future research, as the starting point, could base on different groups of people, and further integration of both research orientations, to explore the impact of culture and personality to place attachment.

文章引用: 杨 奕 , 吴建平 (2013) 地方依恋:对象、影响因素与研究趋势。 心理学进展, 3, 185-194. doi: 10.12677/AP.2013.34029

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