Measuring Sense of Place: A Scale For Michigan

@article{Nanzer2004MeasuringSO,
  title={Measuring Sense of Place: A Scale For Michigan},
  author={Bruce A. Nanzer},
  journal={Administrative Theory \& Praxis},
  year={2004},
  volume={26},
  pages={362 - 382}
}
This article details the development and testing of a scale used to measure the existence and strength of sense of place among Michigan's residents. Sense of place is a concept that refers to the manner in which individuals relate or feel about the places in which they live. By definition place includes the home, neighborhoods, communities, or even an area as large as the state of Michigan. Subscales addressing sense of place constructs (place attachment, place identity, place dependence) were… Expand
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