A re-examination of subjective components of community satisfaction in a British new town
Bardo, John W.
Bardo, Deborah J.
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Bardo, J. W., Bardo, D. J. (1983). "A re-examination of subjective components of community satisfaction in a British new town." Journal of Social Psychology, 120(1), 35-43
The scalability and dimensionality of the Community Satisfaction Scale were re-examined for a second sample (N = 412) drawn from a British new town after an interval of eight years. The results suggest that both the domain and structure of community satisfaction were malleable and subject to change within a given population, not just between populations. They also provide continued support for the sociocultural approach to human-environment interaction.
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