Word game

In groups the participants discussed and grouped the suggested words, considering whether they conveyed positive or negative feelings about neighbourhood.

Deborah Peel explains:


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This group considered various words: comfortable, safe, respectful, grounded, convenience, good access, connectedness, beautiful setting, quiet, space, mixed, divided, light, noisy, busy.


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Toytown where giants live, claustrophobia, isolation, welcoming, safe, quality green space, nature, rural,   bus service, close to amenities, diversity, quaint and old.


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No way out, isolation, lack of engagement, enormous potential, quiet /noisy, mixture of people, friendliness …


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 Good neighbours, how people make neighbourhoods, privacy or lack of, transport, resilience, quiet and green


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Lack of privacy articulated in terms of neighbour surveillance …


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Quiet and non rural green space …


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… which has appeal to disabled person for whom access to facilities is important, but so is peace …


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Importance of core values in whether, say, isolation, is good or bad …


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Disability, aging and changing needs …


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Does isolated mean not connected? Privacy versus connectedness?


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Impact of lifecycle, having children, changing priorities …


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