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dc.creatorAtencio Sarmiento, Fabian Alberto
dc.date.accessioned2020-08-05T19:15:04Z
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dc.date.issued2020
dc.identifier.citationAtencio, F. (2020). Relación entre el bienestar percibido por los usuarios de parques y las características de parques urbanos de la ciudad de Barranquilla-Colombia. Trabajo de Posgrado. Recuperado de https://hdl.handle.net/11323/6886spa
dc.identifier.urihttps://hdl.handle.net/11323/6886
dc.descriptionMaestría de Investigación en Desarrollo Sostenible Midesspa
dc.description.abstractThe urban green spaces have been linked to the welfare of persons. Nevertheless, there is reduced data of how the characteristics of green spaces provide real benefits to people. Therefore, the object of the investigation here proposed was to explore the characteristics of urban green spaces, their equipment, and determine their relationship with the well-being perceived by users. For this purpose, a sample of 179 subjects, from 38 parks in Barranquilla, was selected. These subjects responded to a structured survey to determine their perception of issues related to using, spatial distribution, infrastructure, nature, health, quality of life, social relationships of cooperation, and trust. The results presented that there is a significant relationship between the usage patterns of visitors and the characteristics of urban parks, such as walking trails, lighting, graffiti, bio-healthy equipment, children's games, tree-covered security posts, the height of trees, green spaces, sound atmosphere, wildlife, the naturalness of the park, proliferation of fauna and flora, physical health, level of physical activity, cardio and sedentary lifestyle. Specifically, the variables: environment, infrastructure, and usage are related positively to the welfare of the users. All of this implies the perception of the park affects its use and provides different attributes in users' welfare.spa
dc.description.abstractLas zonas verdes urbanas se han relacionado con el bienestar de los ciudadanos. No obstante, existe evidencia limitada que documente cuales son características de los espacios verdes que brindan beneficios reales a la población. Por lo tanto, se plantea la presente investigación, cuyo objetivo fue analizar las características de las zonas verdes urbanas junto y determinar su relación con el bienestar percibido por los usuarios de parques. Para ello, se seleccionó una muestra de 179 sujetos ubicados en 38 parques de la ciudad de Barranquilla, a quienes resolvieron un cuestionario estructurado que media su percepción sobre temas relacionados con uso, distribución espacial, infraestructura, naturaleza, salud, calidad de vida, relaciones sociales de cooperación y confianza. Los hallazgos evidenciaron la existencia de una relación significativa entre los patrones de uso de los visitantes y las características de los parques urbanos, tales como: senderos para caminar, luminarias, grafitis, equipos biosaludables, juegos infantiles, puestos de seguridad cubierta arbórea, altura de los árboles, verde del paisaje, atmósfera sonora, fauna silvestre, naturalidad del parque, proliferación de fauna y flora, salud física, nivel de actividad física, realización de cardio y sedentarismo. Concretamente, las variables: ambiente, infraestructura y uso se relacionan con el bienestar de forma positiva. Esto implica que la percepción del parque afecta su uso y proporciona diferentes atributos en el bienestar de los usuarios.spa
dc.language.isospaspa
dc.publisherCorporación Universidad de la Costaspa
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dc.subjectParksspa
dc.subjectWelfarespa
dc.subjectHealthspa
dc.subjectSocial cohesionspa
dc.subjectParquesspa
dc.subjectBienestarspa
dc.subjectSaludspa
dc.subjectCohesión socialspa
dc.titleRelación entre el bienestar percibido por los usuarios de parques y las características de parques urbanos de la ciudad de Barranquilla-Colombiaspa
dc.typemasterThesisspa
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