The Assessment of German Cultural Landscapes: Evidence from Three Regions Located in the Metropolitan Area of Hamburg By Jessica Matloch
English | PDF | 2018 | 302 Pages | ISBN : 3658214155 | 7.64 MB
Jessica Matloch examines the importance of regional cultural landscape for their residents using the approach of willingness to pay. She identifies that almost each resident of every region prefers water landscapes. Furthermore, landscape perception is often influenced by education and by the resident’s relationship with nature. The impact of the relationship to the region differs between regions and resident groups. Regarding the involvement in or for the landscape, the results suggest that specific groups of residents are more willing to volunteer in and for regional landscapes than others. The analyses illustrate that the region is used the most to relax and the least for cultural purposes.