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研究生:林玉婷
研究生(外文):Yu-Ting Lin
論文名稱:個人桌面領域之基礎研究
論文名稱(外文):The Basic Research of Personal Desktop Territoriality
指導教授:彭瑞玟彭瑞玟引用關係
口試委員:鄧怡莘曾光中
口試日期:2009-07-22
學位類別:碩士
校院名稱:國立臺北科技大學
系所名稱:創新設計研究所
學門:設計學門
學類:綜合設計學類
論文種類:學術論文
論文出版年:2009
畢業學年度:97
語文別:中文
論文頁數:188
中文關鍵詞:個人空間域性桌子形狀
外文關鍵詞:personal spaceterritorialityshape table
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本研究針不同的桌型的改變及人數的增加是否造成個人空間範圍的改變進行探討。本研究以兩種桌型,分出三種不同的使用形式進行實驗,分別為方桌:90cm×90cm、長桌:90cm×150cm,在長桌方面分為長短兩種邊長進行實驗,因此一共是三種桌型。透過這三種形式的桌型,探討當受測者人數為一人及二人時其個人桌面領域的變化,個人空間範圍到哪裡,及個人空間範圍與非個人空間範圍中的模糊地帶空間的變化為何。受測者平均年齡為26 歲,女性16 名、男性16 名,共32位受測者。透過本次研究得知:個人桌面領域的大小會因桌子的面積大小改變而有所變化,且是隨著桌面增大或縮小的方向進行擴張或縮小;桌子面積的不同,人數的增加使個人桌面領域有縮小的趨勢。個人桌面領域雖會隨著桌子的面積加大而增大,但其增大的範圍到了某個極限後便不在增加。一人與二人個人桌面領域的範圍極限,其左右橫寬約為108cm,縱深約為63cm。
In this study, we are going to discuss about that if people at family meal changed the scope of personal space by changing the table type. In this case, using two table in three different kinds of situation as test , square table: 90×90cm,: long table 90×150cm, The long table has two type because of the width and length, so there is three table-type. With these three table type we can study about how people change their scope of personal space by changing their desktop area. Subjects were 26 year-old, 16 women, 16 men, a total of 32 subjects. The field of personal desktop
will change with the table size. With the changing of the table, the field grows proportionally. Although the field is growing proportionally, but it will come to it''s limit then stop increasing. The limit of the field is about 108cm long, 63cm wide.
中文摘要 i
Abstract ii
誌謝 iii
目錄 iv
表目錄 vi
圖目錄 vii
第一章 序論 1
1.1 研究背景 1
1.2 研究動機 2
1.3 研究目的 3
第二章 文獻回顧 4
2.1個人空間 4
2.2.1 個人空間的定義 4
2.2.2 個人空間的功能 5
2.2.1 個人空間的形狀 8
2.2領域與個人空間的關係 9
2.3領域性 9
2.3.1 領域及領域行為 9
2.3.2 領域功能的來源 10
2.3.3 領域性的功能 11
2.3.4 領域的種類 12
2.3.5 領域標示與防禦 14
2.4個人空間範圍與用餐空間 15
第三章 研究方法 21
3.1研究概念的發展 21
3.2前測實驗設定 21
3.3實驗的概要 22
3.3.1 實驗空間設定 22
3.3.2 實驗變數設定 23
3.3.3 實驗對象 24
3.3.4 實驗流程 24
3.3.5 問卷項目 26
第四章 實驗結果 27
4.1分析方法 27
4.2「是」、「否」的分析與比較 29
4.2.1 一人方桌桌型的分析 29
4.2.2 二人方桌桌型的分析 30
4.2.3 一人長桌長邊桌型的分析 31
4.2.4 二人長桌長邊桌型的分析 32
4.2.5 一人長桌短邊桌型的分析 34
4.2.6 二人長桌短邊桌型的分析 35
4.3「是」與「否」程度量表分析 37
4.3.1 一人方桌的程度量表分析 37
4.3.2 二人方桌的程度量表分析 38
4.3.3 一人長桌長邊的程度量表分析 39
4.3.4 二人長桌長邊的程度量表分析 40
4.3.5 一人長桌短邊的程度量表分析 41
4.3.6 二人長桌短邊的程度量表分析 42
第五章 個人桌面領域的變化 43
5.1桌型對個人桌面領域的影響 43
2.2.1 一人時的桌型比較 43
(1) 一人方桌與一人長桌長邊的比較 43
(2) 一人方桌與一人長桌短邊桌型比較 44
(3) 一人長桌長邊與一人長桌短邊桌型比較 45
2.2.1 二人時的桌形比較 46
(1) 二人方桌與長桌長邊桌型比較 46
(2) 二人方桌與長桌短邊桌型比較 47
(3) 二人長桌長邊與長桌短邊桌型比較 48
5.2人數對個人桌面領域的影響 49
5.2.1 一人與二人方桌桌型比較 49
5.2.2 一人與二人長桌長邊桌型比較 50
5.2.3 一人與兩人長桌短邊桌型比較 51
5.3模糊區域的比較 52
5.4小結 55
第六章 研究結論 59
參考文獻 63
附錄
A 各桌型的點回答「是」與「否」的人數及百分比 68
B 各桌型卡方檢定有意義的點及檢定結果 72
C 各桌型量表值 182
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