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REASONS FOR THE OBLIGATION TO INTRODUCE HUMAN MANAGEMENT IN FRENCH SOCIAL HOUSING IN 2001

  • SEKIKAWA Hana
    Senior Assist. Prof., Graduate School of Education, Okayama Univ., Dr.Eng.
  • TAKADA Mitsuo
    Prof., Graduate School of Engineering, Kyoto Univ., Dr.Eng.

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  • フランス社会住宅団地へのガルディアンの導入経緯に関する研究
  • フランス社会住宅団地へのガルディアンの導入経緯に関する研究 : デクレNo.2001-1361に関する国民議会の議論をもとに
  • フランス シャカイ ジュウタク ダンチ エ ノ ガルディアン ノ ドウニュウ ケイイ ニ カンスル ケンキュウ : デクレ No.2001-1361 ニ カンスル コクミン ギカイ ノ ギロン オ モト ニ
  • -デクレNo. 2001-1361に関する国民議会の議論をもとに-
  • - Through an analysis of arguments in the <i>Assemblée nationale</i> on decree No. 2001-1361 -

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Abstract

 In 2001, decree No. 2001-1361 made it obligatory to arrange for a caretaker, called Gardien(ne), in social housing in France. This study examines the argument process of this decree, whereby the French government introduced human management in social housing. The results are follows: - The Gardien(ne) system is a part of crime prevention through environmental design against vandalism in common spaces.<br> - Most of the system's initial cost is paid by the government housing budget and real estate tax exemptions rather than by the social housing agency, which can demand three-fourths of the running cost from inhabitants.

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