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Analysing Transition of Women’s Travel Patterns in the Seoul Metropolitan Area - Using Household Travel Survey Data in the 2000s -

Title
Analysing Transition of Women’s Travel Patterns in the Seoul Metropolitan Area - Using Household Travel Survey Data in the 2000s -
Author
김흥순
Keywords
Women’s Travel Patterns; Seoul Metropolitan Area; Bipolarisation
Issue Date
2017-12
Publisher
대한국토·도시계획학회
Citation
국토계획, v. 52, no. 7, page. 91-108
Abstract
The purpose of this study is to examine (1) the changes in women’s travel patterns and times and (2) women’s travel behaviour differentiated by their socio-demographic status.The main data for the analyses come from thee Household Travel Survey (HTS) for 2002-2010. This study compares behavioral differences between travel groups through t-test and ANOVA in addition to descriptive statistics as research methods. Those analyses are conducted in three perspectives: (1) understanding the economic and social trends in the 2000s that could have a relationship with women’s travel; (2) investigating various travel behaviours resulting from women’s personal and household characteristics; and (3) examining the relationship between place of residence and women’s travel. The analysis results suggest that there have been visible changes in women’s travel behaviour in terms of travel distance and time, while their accessibility ranges have not been expanded significantly. It appears that there is a clear difference between social classes in travel distance, time, and transportation mode. It is believed that this differentiation of female travel behavior is greatly influenced by the increasing socal change.
URI
http://kpaj.or.kr/_common/do.php?a=full&bidx=926&aidx=12361https://repository.hanyang.ac.kr/handle/20.500.11754/116617
ISSN
1226-7147; 2383-9171
DOI
10.17208/jkpa.2017.12.52.7.91
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COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING[S](공과대학) > URBAN PLANNING AND ENGINEERING(도시공학과) > Articles
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