By Graham D. Rowles PhD, Graham D., PhD Rowles, Habib, PhD Chaudhury
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Environmental Psychology Perspectives An early effort to understand the variety of meanings assigned to the home was provided by Hayward (1975). According to Hayward, the meaning of home may embrace home as a physical structure, as a territory, as a locus in space, as self and self-identity, and as a social and cultural unit. Later attempts to define the meaning of home built on broader theoretical models, such as the theory of place (Canter, 1977), place identity theory (Proshansky, 1978), or place attachment theory (Schumaker & Taylor, 1983).