Changing the Pattern of the Residential Use of Roads NO.(17) and (44) in Quarter no (603) in Dragh Neighborhood

  • أ.م.د سميرة عبدالهادي عبدالجبار College of Education– Almustansiriyah University
Keywords: Pattern, Changes, Residential Units, Residential annexes, Category

Abstract

The phenomenon of partition of residential units into small residential annexes is regarded most common in the Iraqi's cities, especially Baghdad where these annexes have been extended to the high class residential neighborhoods including Dragh Neighbourhood (Quarter No. 603). The Current study aims to identify the reality of dividing residential units in Roads No. (17) and (44) in Quarter (603), as well as to investigate the reasons that led the owners of these residential units to divide their houses into small annexes. To achieve the aim of the study, The researcher has adopted a sample consisting of (270) residential units. Results show that changing the pattern of residential use has affected Negatively upon the urban appearance of the study area. Where (83.6%) of the population have found that Quarter (603) was deformed and got worst.

Published
2020-03-15
How to Cite
عبدالجبارأ. س. (2020). Changing the Pattern of the Residential Use of Roads NO.(17) and (44) in Quarter no (603) in Dragh Neighborhood. ALUSTATH JOURNAL FOR HUMAN AND SOCIAL SCIENCES, 59(1), 79-102. Retrieved from http://alustath.uobaghdad.edu.iq/index.php/UJIRCO/article/view/1054
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