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|Author||Sektani H.H.J.; Khayat M.; Mohammadi M.; Roders A.P.
|Title||Factors Linking Perceptions of Built Heritage Conservation and Subjective Wellbeing|
Sektani H.H.J.; Khayat M.; Mohammadi M.; Roders A.P. Factors Linking Perceptions of Built Heritage Conservation and Subjective Wellbeing,Heritage and Society
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|Abstract||This research aims to reveal and discuss state-of-the-art research addressing the relation between built heritage and individuals’ subjective wellbeing (SWB). Through a systematic literature review, fifty-one studies were analyzed. Even if limited, past research confirms the substantial relation between built heritage and subjective wellbeing, and six primary factors and other sub-factors were identified. This paper's originality is found in its focus, being the link between built heritage and subjective wellbeing seldom addressed, and the definition of a six-factor model deduced from the state-of-the-art, as a theoretical framework to support further research. This paper contributes to the ongoing notion of human-centrality in the built environment and the growing trend to give importance to the human experiences within the built heritage context. The results are valuable for academics and policymakers, contributing to a tailored and place-based sustainable urban development. © 2022 Informa UK Limited, trading as Taylor & Francis Group.