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Are path choices of people moving through urban green spaces explained by gender and age? Implications for planning and management

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Författare A. O. Sang
N. Sang
M. Hedblom
G. Sevelin
I. Knez
Bengt Gunnarsson
Publicerad i Urban Forestry & Urban Greening
Volym 49
ISSN 1618-8667
Publiceringsår 2020
Publicerad vid Institutionen för biologi och miljövetenskap
Språk en
Länkar dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ufug.2020.1266...
Ämnesord Urban green space, Movement, Park use, PPGIS, Hot spot analysis, health, association, preferences, access, participation, environments, biodiversity, neighborhood, vegetation, woodlands, Plant Sciences, Environmental Sciences & Ecology, Forestry, Urban, Studies
Ämneskategorier Landskapsarkitektur, Miljövetenskap, Skogsvetenskap

Sammanfattning

Neighbourhood green space is an important asset for the urban population, providing valuable ecosystem services such as supporting human health. Distance or access to urban green areas is well established as being important for the potential use of the area but how different demographic groups move within greenspace is still somewhat unknown. Previous studies have shown that there are gender as well as age differences in visual perception, audio experience and recreational activities as well as estimated well-being experienced from use of urban green space. Here we explored people's movement within their local green space in the city of Gothenburg, Sweden. The results showed that movement took place over large parts of the green spaces studied, not only along paths. The data further showed that the movement pattern differed significantly between men and women as well as between young adults and old adults. Movement patterns of demographic groups could provide support to planning for sustainable urban green areas, help avoid conflict, identify areas for solitude and ensure equal access for people of different gender and age.

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