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Iowa State University

Sociology

1993

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Influences Of Rapid Growth On Residential Satisfaction And Community Attachment: A Case Study , Yu Shi Li Jan 1993

Influences Of Rapid Growth On Residential Satisfaction And Community Attachment: A Case Study , Yu Shi Li

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

In 1974, Kasarda and Janowitz tested the systemic model of community attachment and suggested that variables, such as age, socioeconomic status, length of residence, and home ownership have significant influences on community attachment. In this case study, the systemic model is retested in a rapidly growing community, Madison, Alabama;Over the past several decades, Madison has undergone a significant amount of growth in both population and economy, largely because of the industrial development in Huntsville (Madison is at the west edge of Huntsville), which is characterized as the "high-tech capital of the South". The rapid growth in the population and ...