Physical and architectural variables in the public space from Women's perception
Artículo de revista
Journal of Physics: Conference Series
This research aims to establish whether the qualitative deficit of public space affects the use and appropriation of it by women, through the analysis of variables associated with architecture, urban planning and physics. It uses a mixed analytical methodology, through a dimension per measurement, it is longitudinal, non-experimental and transversal. Within this research, concepts of architecture and urban planning such as image-comfort, accessibility-connection, use-activity and sociability were assumed, as well as concepts of physics such as space-time, displacement and trajectory. As a relevant finding, it is highlighted that the poor planning and development of the physical components of the public space, negatively affects the mobility, displacement and trajectories of women, generating a decrease in the use and appropriation of it.