Perceived Environmental, Individual and Social Factors of Long-Distance Collective Walking in Cities

@inproceedings{Yang2018PerceivedEI,
  title={Perceived Environmental, Individual and Social Factors of Long-Distance Collective Walking in Cities},
  author={Peng Chao Yang and Shanshan Dai and Honggang Xu and Peng Ju},
  booktitle={International journal of environmental research and public health},
  year={2018}
}
Long-distance collective walking is a popular activity in cities across China. However, related research is limited, creating a research gap to explore participants' dynamic experience and related influential factors. Therapeutic mobilities theory explores the relationships among walking, health, and well-being from a qualitative perspective. Based on therapeutic mobilities theory, following a systematic process, this study develops a scale to quantitatively estimate the perceived environmental… CONTINUE READING

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