List of figures

List of figures

1.1 The concept subjective well-being and two different routes to this end 6
1.2 Structure and progression of the book 7
4.1 Publications on gentrification and well-being, 1978–2020 56
4.2 Approaches to well-being and gentrification research concepts 57
4.3 Study districts 63
5.1 A map of the Seto Inland Sea, showing the islands included in the research. (Source: Map, Geospatial Information Authority of Japan [GSI, 2016]; software, QGIS Development Team [2019]) 78
5.2 Results of the question ‘rate the importance of the following items in terms of the quality of life for your island community’ 81
7.1 Dispersed rural housing in County Clare, west of Ireland. (Source: Author) 125
8.1 Overview map of cases in Denmark. (Source: Authors; base map Ministeriet for By, Bolig og Landdistrikter [Regeringen, 2013]) 138
8.2 New common spaces for new communities. (Source: Authors and top-left photo courtesy of Realdania) 146
8.3 New green meeting places. (Source: Authors) 149
9.1 Location of Griekwastad. (Map compiled by Menini Gibbens) 162
9.2 Collage of play spaces in Griekwastad. (Source: Photos by Menini Gibbens) 165
9.3 Children survey. (Source: Authors) 168
9.4 Current versus preferred play space 169
9.5 Preferred play space indicated per age category 169
9.6 Perceptions linked to public parks and open spaces 170
10.1 Views of Longtan village, 2018–2019. (Source: Courtesy Wu Mingfeng) 179
10.2 Longtan Public Art Education Center before, during and after renovation, 2017. (Source: Courtesy Wu Mingfeng) 186
10.3 Activities taking place along the rain veranda. (Source: Top left photo taken by the author; the rest courtesy Wu Mingfeng) 187
10.4 Views of Longtan Art Museum. (Source: Author) 188
10.5 The central square before and after renovation, 2017–2018. (Source: Courtesy Wu Mingfeng) 189
12.1 Demographic change in Sweden, comparison between countryside and town (tätort) 220
14.1 Three geographical archetypical rural quality of life contexts in Norway 270
15.1 Map of Comainn Eachdraidh associations in the Outer Hebrides in 2015 280
15.2 Ness (Nis) Comainn Eachdraidh in 2013 281
15.3 Ness (Nis) Comainn Eachdraidh in 2019 293
18.1 Distribution of life satisfaction, population weighted 355
18.2 The thirty-eight Danish municipalities included in the survey data from 2015 355
18.3 Graphical distribution of three municipality characteristics 356
20.1 Subjective well-being along the rural–urban continuum. (Sources: Coping with COVID-19 (CoCo-1 to 7), Annual survey 2019, ELIPSS/CDSP.) 387
20.2 Linear prediction of subjective well-being by degree of urbanisation and time. (Sources: Coping with COVID-19 (CoCo-1 to 7), Annual survey 2019, ELIPSS/CDSP.) 389
20.3 Linear prediction of subjective well-being by compositional factors and time. (Sources: Coping with COVID-19 (CoCo-1 to 7), Annual survey 2019, ELIPSS/CDSP.) 390
20.4 Linear prediction of subjective well-being by compositional factors and degree of urbanisation/residence region. (Sources: Coping with COVID-19 (CoCo-1 to 7), Annual survey 2019, ELIPSS/ CDSP.) 393
20.5 Subjective well-being by lockdown phase. (Sources: Coping with COVID-19 (CoCo-1 to 7), Annual survey 2019, ELIPSS/CDSP.) 394
20.6 Subjective well-being by lockdown phase and COVID-19 infection. (Sources: Coping with COVID-19 (CoCo-1 to 7), Annual survey 2019, ELIPSS/CDSP.) 396
20.7 Subjective well-being by lockdown phase over COVID infection by degree of urbanisation. (Sources: Coping with COVID-19 (CoCo-1 to 7), Annual survey 2019, ELIPSS/CDSP.) 397
20.8 Subjective well-being by lockdown phase over changes in working condition by degree of urbanisation. (Sources: Coping with COVID-19 (CoCo-1 to 7), Annual survey 2019, ELIPSS/CDSP.) 399
20.9 Subjective well-being by lockdown phase over help offered to neighbours by degree of urbanisation. (Sources: Coping with COVID-19 (CoCo-1 to 7), Annual survey 2019, ELIPSS/CDSP.) 401
21.1 Municipality classifications of Denmark 411
21.2 Neighbourhood and municipality distribution of life satisfaction 414
21.3 Neighbourhood distribution of life satisfaction in the four largest cities 416
22.1 Percentage of residents reporting high, low and intermediate use of the outdoors for recreational purposes 436
23.1 Example of a finding page. (Source: World database of happiness, https://worlddatabaseofhappiness-archive.eur.nl/hap_cor/desc_sub.php?sid=5765.) 450
24.1 Summary of themes and findings within and between parts 460
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