What makes a park inclusive and universally designed? A multi-method approach
Social inclusion has been the subject of recent initiatives in the United Kingdom and Canada driven by continuing issues of social exclusion of minority ethnic groups, low-income families, people with disabilities, children, youth and elders form mainstream contemporary society. This chapter contributes to the discourse through findings from an on-going study of a universally designed park created as an inclusive community environment.
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