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|제목||[KRIHS SPECIAL REPORT 30] A Study on the Development and Utilization of Housing Welfare Evaluation Indicators|
This study aims to develop national perception housing welfare evaluation indicators
that assess the standard of universal housing welfare. To this end, this study begins
with the definition of \"universal housing welfare\"; clarifies its scope, target, method and
attributes based on such a definition; presents newly developed national perception
housing welfare evaluation indicators; and outlines methods for use and how to
produce and manage them. A wide range of research methods were applied: review
of preceding research, overseas case studies and existing research results; expert and
public opinion surveys and the expertise of the advisory committee.
There is no standard definition for housing welfare. As people\''s interest and policy
agenda have shifted from selective to universal welfare, the term employed in this study
includes the \"universal\" feature. With this in mind and based on the research of KRIHS
experts and other professionals in related areas, the concept and scope of universal
housing welfare have been determined; consequently, for the purpose of this paper, it is
defined as enjoying residential conditions in which every member of society can pursue
health and happiness.
The six attributes relevant for the research within the boundaries of universal housing
welfare are amenity, affordability, stability, convenience, health and safety for home and
the seven amenities, affordability, stability, convenience, health, safety and community are
for housing environment. The public opinion survey was based on these classifications
and additional sub-components.
Based on expert research and reviews of overseas indicators, 25 indicators were
selected (14 for home and 11 for housing environment) to develop new indicators for
people-perceived housing welfare evaluation. The home section is categorized into
areas and the housing environment section into the four areas of amenity, convenience,
health and safety. These are included in the two sections, though with different