Contents

Citizens' Perceptions of the Smart City Distribution Strategy and Its Impact on Quality of Life: A Generational Perspective

Citizens' Perceptions of the Smart City Distribution Strategy and Its Impact on Quality of Life: A Generational Perspective

Cho, Yoon Cheong / Maeng, Jooyeol

  • 0 WEB OF SCIENCE
  • 0 SCOPUS
  • 13682 ITEM VIEW
  • 308 DOWNLOAD
Abstract

Purpose: This study aims to explore the citizens’ perceptions of the smart city distribution strategy and its impact on quality of life, classifying generations into two groups: Generation X with Baby Boomers, and Millennials with Generation Z. This study formulated research questions to explore how both generational groups perceive the impact of smart city experience, government’s role, technology development, economic, social, and environmental factors, and institutional improvement on quality of life. Additionally, this study explored the influence of quality of life on city evaluation, life satisfaction, and the expected growth of the city. Research design, data and methodology: This study employed an online survey conducted by well-known research organization. This study utilized factor and regression analysis for data analysis. Results: This study revealed that the impact of smart city experience, technology development and social value on quality of life demonstrated significance in both generational groups. Additionally, the study identified significant results regarding the influence of quality of life on city evaluation, life satisfaction, and the expected growth of the city. Conclusions: The findings suggest that, for the development of smart cities, stakeholders should particularly consider economic value and environment aspects, as these factors ultimately impact on quality of life.

Issue Date
2024-04
Publisher
Korea Distribution Science Association
Keywords(Author)
Smart City; Quality of Life; Generational Perspecive; Distribution Strategy
DOI
10.15722/jds.22.04.202404.115
Journal Title
Journal of Distribution Science
Start Page
115
End Page
126
ISSN
1738-3110
Language
English
Files in This Item:

Click the button and follow the links to connect to the full text. (KDI CL members only)

qrcode

Items in DSpace are protected by copyright, with all rights reserved, unless otherwise indicated.

상단으로 이동