Case Study: Girls Dormitory University of Science and Technology

  • ELHAM HAJI KHODAVERDI KHAN Iran University of Science and Technology
  • SEYYED ABBAS AGHA YAZDANFAR Faculty member, Iran University of Science and Technology, Tehran, Iran
  • AHMAD EKHLASI Faculty member, Iran University of Science and Technology, Tehran, Iran


Now in student dormitories, observing confidentiality in sort of the plummet had worked and days Increasing discontent and insecurity faced by students regarding non-compliance with privacy are. Having a sense of privacy in all spaces, the most important needs that in dormitory as a second home there. The problem is the lack of a sense of privacy female students that we face today in student dormitories. This study aimed to identify the important elements Muharram is the girl's dormitory spaces. For in this analytical-descriptive study, 28 females architecture dormitory girls were chosen University of Science and Technology. The reason for choosing architecture students more than others because they were confidential and architecture issues in hostels were familiar. The data collection instrument was a questionnaire based on the theoretical framework extracted from the review of the literature was made. Validity, the validity based on Elite judgment was confirmed. 0.633, respectively, were confirmed. Data from field studies in quantitative methods were analyzed. The results of this study showed that from the perspective of female students using the software SPSS. The distinction between the public sphere and the private sphere, the interstitial spaces between the public and private spheres indirectly into space, the need for confidentiality in different spaces with different quality and quantity, yard enclosed, controlled outlets, respecting the hierarchy of access to space in small size, large. The dimensions or size dimensions, respectively, and are the most common causes of privacy in dorm room. These issues should be further considered by the designers of the university dormitory for girls are.


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How to Cite
KHAN, E., YAZDANFAR, S., & EKHLASI, A. (2018). IMPORTANT ELEMENTS OF PRIVATE DORMITORY SPACES. International Journal of Educational Studies, 15(2). Retrieved from