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Volume 163, 20232023 8th International Conference on Social Sciences and Economic Development (ICSSED 2023)
|Number of page(s)||8|
|Section||Social Economics and Welfare Distribution|
|Published online||28 April 2023|
The Impact of Social Infrastructure Planning on the Mobility of Inclusive Theoretical Model of Aging in the Context of Urban Renewal
Data Science and Engineering, University of New South Wales, 2052 NSW, Australia
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The world’s population is aging quickly, yet the social environment and most local infrastructure are not designed to assist the elderly. This is due to the possibility that older persons may exhibit distinct characteristics in their everyday travel behavior, related to age and physical capacity. In order to support older individuals, social infrastructure needs to be defined in a consistent and quantifiable manner. More research is needed to understand the connection between infrastructure and community health, well-being, and liveability. A global goal in population aging planning is to ensure an enabling and supportive environment. This essay examines the aging population in cities and how the structure of the urban environment interacts with the surrounding social milieu. By analyzing the mobility of the senior population in social infrastructure planning, through inclusive design and inclusive theory models, we aim to create infrastructure more in line with the needs and spontaneity of older inhabitants. Using a unique analytical framework, the technique of liquidity, and social infrastructure, this research examines the shifting dynamics of communities and the value of place for older persons living in places undergoing socio-economic redevelopment. The paper argues that social infrastructure must be seen as a key element of urban regeneration planning, ensuring that new spaces foster social connections across generations and support a sense of local identity, belonging, and inclusion among older residents despite significant physical transformation. This article offers fresh suggestions for government organizations and planners to address the issues of aging.
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