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ISSN : 2586-2987(Print)
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Korean Journal of Social Quality Vol.7 No.1 pp.49-79

An Analysis of Factors Influencing Residential Satisfaction of Baby Boomers and Eco Generations Living in Gyeonggi-do : Using the Binary Logistic Analysis

Yeo Kwan-hyun, Lee So-youn, Hong Se-young
Associate Prof., Dept. of Public Administration, Anyang University, South Korea / Lead Auth.
Ph.D. Candidate, Dept. of Social Welfare, Soongsil University, South Korea
Assistant Prof., Graduate School, Anyang University, South Korea / Corr. Auth.


This study aims to analyze the factors affecting housing satisfaction of the generation of baby boomers and eco generations, and then look for policy implications for improving housing satisfaction of different generations living in Gyeonggi-do. According to the analysis, the baby boomers showed higher housing satisfaction than the eco generation, and in terms of cities and counties, the spatial distribution of housing satisfaction was higher in the southern region than in the northern region of Gyeonggi-do. This study suggests the following policy implications for improving housing satisfaction for each generation. First, what is necessary is a strategy to revitalize the housing supply for baby boomers centered on one-person households (small-sized housing). Second, it is necessary to diversify the housing supply for housing stability for the baby boom generation. Third, housing supply centered on rental housing is required for housing stability of the eco generation. Fourth, support for housing cost and financial support targeting the eco generation are needed. Finally, a regional differentiation strategy is needed for the residential satisfaction of the eco generation. It is expected that the results of this study can be used as basic data for establishing housing policies for each household to improve the residential welfare and the life quality of Gyeonggi-do residents.