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CHARACTERISTICS OF SITTING AND LYING POSTURES ON A GRASS SURFACE IN THE PARK

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  • 公園の緑地面における座位姿勢と臥位姿勢のとり方
  • コウエン ノ リョクチメン ニ オケル ザイ シセイ ト ガイ シセイ ノ トリ カタ トウキョウトミナト クリツ ヒノキチョウ コウエン オ タイショウ ニ シテ
  • A study at the Hinoki-cho park in Minato ward, Tokyo
  • 東京都港区立檜町公園を対象にして

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Abstract

In this research, people's sitting and lying postures on a grass surface in a park were observed. The principle results are summarized as follows.<br>1. More people tended to lie down on sloping grass than on level grass, but the degree of slope did not necessarily affect their postures.<br>2. Men tended to lie down more than women, and the majority of the women sat vertically on the grass.<br>3. Younger people tended to lie down more than older people.<br>4. Men tended to lie down when they were alone or when they were accompanied by either male or female friends. Women tended to lie down when they were accompanied by male friends.<br>5. When more people were on the grass, those lying down tended to remain face up.<br>6. When the temperature was low, people tended to sit, and moreover, sitting people tended to lean forward.

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  • CRID
    1390282680177085824
  • NII Article ID
    110007163901
  • NII Book ID
    AA11830377
  • DOI
    10.3130/aije.74.249
  • ISSN
    1881817X
    13480685
  • NDL BIB ID
    10195438
  • Data Source
    • JaLC
    • NDL
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    • CiNii Articles
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