Social Indicators For Housing And Urban Development In Africa: Towards A New Development Model
Social indicators as a new measuring tool for socio-economic development is a recent innovation. While numerous scholars have applied this new technique in studying the development aspects in developed countries, few scholars have tested this new methodology in Africa. This paper reviews the literature on social indicators and shows how it can be applied to measuring the social progress in urban and housing development in the international, national, regional and local environment. We believe very strongly that social indicators will evaluate the degree of progress that is being made in achieving a wide range of social goals in Africa.
CitationSocial Indicators Research, 1976, vol. 3, issue 3, pages 431-449
University of NairobiSchool of Architecture And Engineering