Mass housing, relocation, and mothers’s and children’s residential satisfaction: Evidence from Ankara



Mass housing, relocation, and mothers' and children's residential satisfaction: Evidence from Ankara
Severcan, Yücel Can (2019-12-01)
From its inception in 2003, the Turkish Housing Development Administration’s (TOKI) mass housing developments have rapidly expanded throughout the nation, affecting human-environment interactions. A recent government report announced that currently in Turkey there are approximately 740.000 mass housing units. By 2023 this number is projected to increase to 1.2 million. Despite these trends, little is known about children’s and women’s satisfaction with mass housing. This study investigates the effects of re...
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