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1882 Moscow Census as a Source on Housing Problem Study
Fileva Elena

Postgraduate student, Lomonosov Moscow State University

119192, Russia, g. Moscow, ul. Lomonosovskii Prospekt, d.27, korp.4

elena_fileva@mail.ru

DOI:

10.7256/2585-7797.2017.2.23410

Review date:

23-06-2017


Publish date:

20-07-2017


Abstract.

The article studies the way quantitative methods are employed to handle a housing problem in Moscow in the late 19th early 20th centuries on the basis of 1882 census. The census collected a lot of data covering each part of the city. These are the number of dwellers in apartments with similar number of rooms, the number of apartments with different rooms, the number of stories in residential buildings, water supply and toilet rooms in apartments, the number of apartments used for industrial purposes, etc. The census data provide for classifying apartments as far as the number of room dwellers is concerned. To group the city parts with different share of dwellers per an apartment and a room cluster analysis has been employed. Census data provide for evaluating housing conditions by means of a precise parameter that is dwellers’ density in a room as well as correlating dwellers’ density, the number of stories and rooms and geographical location in a city with each other. Such data allow for comparing housing facilities in different city parts as well.

Keywords: quantitative methods, quality of life, Moscow, room density , urbanization, history of everyday life, statistical sources, Moscow population census, population density , Housing problem
This article written in Russian. You can find full text of article in Russian here .

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