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Koops, Jasper (author)
The recent housing market and social trends have changed the houses from large family homes to small single-dweller apartments. Although living alone does not necessarily mean that solo-dwellers are lonely, they are more at risk of social isolation which can result into loneliness. This resulted into the need for more community living. The...
master thesis 2024
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Hendi, Alaa (author)
The growing concern about a mental health crisis and a looming threat of the loneliness epidemic worldwide that was further escalated by the COVID-19 pandemic forced people into isolation and created a new form of ‘work from home’ lifestyle. Nonetheless, the loneliness epidemic can be traced back to the 19th-century design principles that...
master thesis 2024
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van Oorschot, Timo (author)
People are feeling more and more lonely, especially in cities. This has negative effects on mental and physical well-being as well as on the economy. Feeling lonely is not just caused by internal factors like genetics and social skills, as many people think. The environment we live in contributes 52% to the feeling of loneliness. This...
master thesis 2023
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Stuiver, Tom (author)
Loneliness and social isolation amongst elderly is becoming an oppressing problem and could even cause dementia over time. A worrying omen, especially when the growing dementia figures in the Netherlands are taken into consideration. A problem which is even more opressing due to the current- and future shortage of financial funding, healthcare...
master thesis 2023
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Schermer, Julie Aitken (author), Branković, Marija (author), Čekrlija, Đorđe (author), MacDonald, Kristi Baerg (author), Park, Joonha (author), Papazova, Eva (author), Volkodav, Tatiana (author), Iliško, Dzintra (author), Wlodarczyk, Anna (author), Kwiatkowska, Maria Magdalena (author), Rogoza, Radosław (author), Oviedo-Trespalacios, O. (author), Ha, Truong Thi Khanh (author), Kowalski, Christopher Marcin (author), Malik, Sadia (author), Lins, Samuel (author), Navarro-Carrillo, Ginés (author), Aquino, Sibele D. (author), Doroszuk, Marta (author), Riđić, Ognjen (author), Pylat, Natalia (author), Özsoy, Emrah (author), Tan, Chee Seng (author), Mamuti, Agim (author), Ardi, Rahkman (author), Jukić, Tomislav (author), Uslu, Osman (author), Buelvas, Laura Martinez (author), Liik, Kadi (author), Kruger, Gert (author)
This paper investigates how horizontal and vertical individualism and collectivism predict self-report loneliness in addition to the variance accounted for by age and sex in 28 countries (N = 8,345). Horizontal and vertical aspects of individualism and collectivism had small but significant contributions to predicting loneliness. Horizontal...
journal article 2023
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Huang, Yu-Ching (author)
As cities densify around the world, the quality of city spaces increasingly shows its importance, influencing citizens’ mental health. Loneliness has become a normal phenomenon in the city along with its development and can affect every person for different reasons and cause serious problems. This research targets Amsterdam and argues why a well...
master thesis 2022
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Tegelaar, Linsey (author)
The amount of people with feelings of loneliness has increased dramatically in recent years. Loneliness is an undesirable and horrible situation where one can feel completely abandoned. Solo dwellers and elderly are found to be the most vulnerable.<br/><br/>Besides the devastating personal situation of people with feelings of loneliness,...
master thesis 2022
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Liu, Jianing (author)
As part of the studio ‘Designing for Care – towards an Inclusive Living Environment’, which focused on the topics of architectural designs for the elderly, this study specifically aimed at building an open and intimate neighbourhood through connections in answer to the elderly’s urgent problems from aged-related social losses.
master thesis 2022
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El Otmani, Chahrazad (author)
The number of solo-dwellers is a rising trend in the Netherlands. While living alone is not a new phenomenon, the proportions of solo-dwellers have made this a significant demographic group. According to ABF Research, the total number of households in the Netherlands in 2020 is 8,02 million with 3,11 million solo-dwellers. In 2050 the total...
master thesis 2022
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Schermer, Julie Aitken (author), Rogoza, Radosław (author), Branković, Marija (author), Oviedo-Trespalacios, O. (author), Volkodav, Tatiana (author), Ha, Truong Thi Khanh (author), Kwiatkowska, Maria Magdalena (author), Papazova, Eva (author), Park, Joonha (author), Kowalski, Christopher Marcin (author), Doroszuk, Marta (author), Iliško, Dzintra (author), Malik, Sadia (author), Lins, Samuel (author), Navarro-Carrillo, Ginés (author), Torres-Marín, Jorge (author), Wlodarczyk, Anna (author), Aquino, Sibele D. (author), Krammer, Georg (author)
The relationships between self-report loneliness and the four humor styles of affiliative, aggressive, self-defeating, and self-enhancing were investigated in 15 countries (N = 4,701). Because loneliness has been suggested to be both commonly experienced and detrimental, we examine if there are similar patterns between humor styles, gender, and...
journal article 2022
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Lapré, Franca (author)
This thesis set out to research the problem of loneliness among adolescents in the high school context. For a long time, loneliness had mainly been recognized as a problem among elderly. Only in the last few years, people have been starting to realize that this is a concerning problem among adolescents too. In order to get a better grip on what...
master thesis 2021
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Chernyshova, Daryna (author)
The project is focused on combating loneliness in single-person households. Concepts of cohousing and coliving are chosen to research the topic to meet the requirements of modern solo dwellers.
master thesis 2021
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SIRISETH, JANITA (author)
This graduation thesis report gathers the research activities investigating loneliness and the design to postpone it. The research approach refers to Vision in Product design (ViP), which includes exploring the domain. The context factors were gathered based on the literature, interview experts and non-experts, and observations. The research was...
master thesis 2021
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Gijsman, Hein (author)
Loneliness is a large and growing problem among adolescents. Body image has a strong relationship with loneliness, especially among young people. Therefore, a promising way to increase social wellbeing among this group is by increasing body satisfaction. This report presents various aspects that should be taken into account when designing an...
master thesis 2021
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de Schepper, Anne (author)
This graduation research report is part of the Dutch Housing studio, Dwelling. The studios brief is to design a large residential building in the Merwe-Vierhavens (M4H) in Rotterdam, a former port area that is being redeveloped by the municipality. The guidelines from the municipality are to create a dense, dynamic urban area consisting of a...
master thesis 2021
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van der Broek, Remco (author)
This graduation project focusses on designing a living environment that fits the needs and demands of the elderly nowadays, and the changed healthcare policy in the Netherlands. A more in depth research is done in one of the main problems elderly are currently facing; loneliness. The outcome of this research resulted in multiple designtools...
master thesis 2020
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van Vuuren, K. (author)
Loneliness is social pain. It occurs as a defence mechanism if a person does not<br/>have enough social contact. This pain prevents people from being isolated which<br/>in historical times would be fatal as people are stronger and safer in groups. Among elderly loneliness is more severe then in other age groups. This is due to<br/>the loss of...
master thesis 2020
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Legemaate, Eva (author)
In this thesis, the value of design is researched within the context of municipalities and how civil servants deal with complex problems. Loneliness amongst adolescents is a complex problem that many are not aware of yet. Of the youth between 12 and 18 years old in Delft, 42% states to feel lonely (GGD Haaglanden, 2016). This issue needs to be...
master thesis 2020
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Breman, Mark (author)
<br/>Loneliness has become a growing problem in the city of Amsterdam. It is<br/>not a new phenomenon, but due to better understanding of the topic and therefore knowing it’s dangers better, the urge to do something about it grows. Nevertheless, loneliness is a complex issue. This is because feeling lonely is<br/>a subjective feeling. In...
master thesis 2020
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Weng, Haoxin (author)
Loneliness, as a social problem, has drawn wide attention of the academic and public. Moreover, loneliness among the elderly is significant. Up to 32% of adults older than age 55 report feeling lonely at any given time. Millions of euro have spent to identify the lonely elderly. With a great interest in social design, the author is intrigued by...
master thesis 2019
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