Analysis the quality of living condition and its effects in urban environment Case study districts (4 & 8) of Herat: Afghanistan January- 2018Author(s):
Urban environment and its inhabitants must respect the fragile natural environments in which they are located.
The way inhabitants’ functions are the result of a complex interrelationship between its history, the way that people, groups, and institutions are organized and interrelated, and the way that power and resources are dispersed. The degree of complexity of a community and its interrelationships will largely determine any efforts to change any aspect of it, including the psychological and physical wellbeing of that community’s inhabitants.
To days in Afghanistan much less attention is being paid to quality of inhabitants’ life and the place they are living, in other word, type of nature close to where people live and work, to small – scale green areas in cities and to their benefits to people. Increasing empirical evidence, however, indicates that the presence of natural areas contributes to the quality of life in many ways. Besides many environmental and ecological services, urban nature provides important social and psychological benefits to human societies, which enrich human life with meaning and emotions. The main concern of this paper is to address the importance of urban environment for inhabitants and for quality of their life. The issues investigated concern inhabitant’s relationship, attitude and expectations from living place. Results confirm that the experience of nature in urban environment is source of positive feelings and beneficial services, which fulfill important immaterial and non – consumptive human needs. DOI: 10.33545/27068919.2020.v2.i1a.50Pages: 55-63 | Views: 864 | Downloads: 288Download Full Article: Click Here
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Maria Kabiri. Analysis the quality of living condition and its effects in urban environment Case study districts (4 & 8) of Herat: Afghanistan January- 2018
. Int J Adv Acad Stud 2020;2(1):55-63. DOI: 10.33545/27068919.2020.v2.i1a.50