Presentation on theme: "Study of Definition “Housing Socialization” Interdisciplinary Workshop for Graduates National Research University Higher School of Economics, Russia, September,"— Presentation transcript:
Study of Definition “Housing Socialization” Interdisciplinary Workshop for Graduates National Research University Higher School of Economics, Russia, September, 28 th 2010 Research Project by Sergey VINKOV
What is “housing”? Source: http://www.encyclopedia.com/doc/1O88-housingsociologicalstudsf.html First, the influence of culture and social divisions (class, gender, and so forth) on housing design Second, how the distribution of social groups across residential locations is affected by social structures and processes, as for example in studies of urban ecology Third, how the physical nature of housing and spatial relations between housing units affect patterns of social interaction at the micro-level, that is within and between individual households Fourth, determinants of housing provision in differently constituted societies (socialist, capitalist, underdeveloped), how these patterns vary cross-nationally and temporally, and the significance of forms of provision for wider social processes Finally, the role of housing in creating or maintaining social divisions or social solidarity, involving (for example) studies of the relationship between housing and class, community, status, gender, race, or forms of consumption
Housing and Human Needs The Hierarchy of Needs The Purpose of the Dwelling Physiological Needs The processes of placing, keeping, consumption of nutritives and essentials take place in the dwelling. The dwelling provides man with the possibility of recreation and reproduction of generations. Need of SafetyThe dwelling assures protection against unfavourable impact of the environment, both natural and social. Social NeedsThe dwelling assures the realization of social processes of human activity: communication, unision; is a material basis for family building which is the initial social unit. The Need of Respect Possessing a dwelling increases self-esteem and status of its owner, reflects his social position. The Need of Selfassertion The dwelling provides the person with the environment for self- development and self-realization, expression of his creative abilities.
“SOCIAL HOUSING RISE” Homeless (inhabitant of an asylum) Source: Social Urban Movements on Different Stages of Civil Society Development: Comparative Analysis of Housing Movement in Russia and Abroad: doctoral thesis: 23.00.02 [e-resource]. – М.: RSL, 2001 – 385p. – P.67. Squatter (invader of a dwelling) Tenant of a municipal house Tenant of a private house Member of a cooperative housing Owner of a flat in a condominium Owner of an individual dwelling
SOCIALIZATION Medical Emotional Menstrual Political Professional Primary Professional
What is “housing socialization”? Housing socialization as a part of an individual socialization Housing socialization implies the process of acquiring a social experience aimed at satisfying the need of a dwelling space, through a system of corresponding regulations, values and behaviour patterns.