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2015年第2期   DOI:
建成环境对体力活动的影响研究:进展与思考
Built Environment Relationships with Physical Activity: Review and Thought

鲁斐栋 谭少华

Lu Feidong, Tan Shaohua

关键词:建成环境;体力活动;绩效;综述

Keywords:Built Environment; Physical Activity; Performance; Review

摘要:

建成环境是促进人群体力活动,特别是步行活动的重要因素之一,也是城市规划主动干预人群健康的重要切入点。虽然在公共健康、交通、城乡规划等相关领域关于建成环境与体力活动的研究越来越多,但是由于建成环境与体力活动之间关系的复杂性,以及研究者采用的方法、数据等的差异,关于建成环境能否影响居民体力活动以及如何影响体力活动等方面的研究还不够深入。本文对近年来建成环境对体力活动的影响要素、研究方法、研究内容等进行梳理和总结,阐明了该领域目前研究中存在的问题和面临的挑战,为今后的研究提供借鉴,同时为构建主动式健康干预人居环境提供一定的理论基础。

Abstract:

Promoting human's physical activity and walking for health through built environment is an important entry point for human's health interventions in urban planning. There is a growing body of literature on the relationships between the built environment and physical activity in public health, transportation, urban planning and other related fields. However, due to the complexity of their relationships and differences in methodologies, whether built environment can affect the residents' physical activity and how it affects physical activity is still unclear. This paper summarizes the problems and challenges for future research from the existing research, and it's also a theoretical foundation for active health interventions in human settlement.

版权信息:
基金项目:国家自然科学基金项目(51278503,51078363)、中央高校基本科研业务费资助(CDJRC11190001)
作者简介:

鲁斐栋,重庆大学建筑城规学院,硕士研究生。feidonglu@gmail.com

谭少华,博士,重庆大学建筑城规学院,山地城镇建设与新技术教育部重点实验室,教授、博士生导师。tsh626@163.com

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