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STUDY OF DISPROPORTIONS OF TERRITORIAL COMMUNITIES DEVELOPMENT ON THE BASIS OF GEOINFORMATION MONITORING OF THE POPULATION’S QUALITY OF LIFE

O. V. Mashkova, R. S. Molikevych, N. V. Omelchenko, H. J. Napadovska
Thursday 11 October 2018 by Libadmin2018

ABSTRACT

The article deals with a number of fundamental questions concerning the study of the disproportions in the development of territorial communities on the basis of geoinformation analysis of the qualitative situation of population’s life activity. Population’s quality of life is the most important factor in the implementation of the balanced development policy, as it reflects not only the social and economic well-being of the population, but it also serves as a tool for monitoring of the state of population’s life activity. Spatial analysis of the population’s quality of life allows to determine the specifics of region’s development as well as gives an opportunity to evaluate the most optimal limits of territorial associations and strategies for their further development. The geoinformation systems are the indispensable tool for this type of analysis. The article presents a methodology for conducting an analysis of the population’s quality of life for the region (on the example of Kherson region, Ukraine) on the basis of an integrated approach, using both statistical assessments and data from a sociological survey of the population. There is established the mathematical and statistical dependence between the criteria of quality of life and its formation factors in the conditions of the chosen object of research. The standardizing of territorial units is carried out on the basis of parameters of people’s quality of life. There is performed the analysis of spatial imbalances in the population’s quality of life using applied geoinformation programmes. There are emphasized the aspect of formation of united territorial communities and the specifics of their spatial allocation on the basis of geoinformation analysis.

Keywords: geoinformation systems, population’s quality of life, territorial
communities, balanced development.


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