Conflict and Violence in Pubs and Pubs Design Issues by Peter Marsh

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Colours at the opposite end of the spectrum, such as green and blue, have the opposite effect. Generally, green settings are relaxing while those which contain a lot of red are ‘arousing’. In some cases this arousal can lead to aggression. Although we have found higher levels of violence in ‘red’ pubs, the effect is quite small. In addition to colour in a pub it is also necessary to consider what is known as the ‘complexity’ of the interior. Where there is a lot of pattern and variation the effect on customers can be similar to that produced by red colours.

Again, however, it is when the high levels of extreme discomfort are anticipated that this lack of aggression will be manifest. The discomfort, for example, may have built up progressively over the evening and therefore cause little surprise. Alternatively, a pub may already be known to be a highly uncomfortable pub, but attracts customers for other social or personal reasons. Given that moderately uncomfortable conditions appear to cause more problems of aggression than those which are extremely uncomfortable, we again see implications for refurbishment policies.

By removing all the features which have the potential, in some circumstances, to increase aggressive feelings, we may end up with MCM Research 4 Conflict & Violence in Pubs: Design Issues Introduction interiors which are so bland and unappealing that nobody wants to spend any time in them. This report identifies the critical design issues which are relevant to new developments, refurbishment schemes and ‘trouble-shooting’ in pubs which have recurring problems of conflict and violence. MCM Research 5 Conflict & Violence in Pubs: Design Issues Basic concepts Section 3 Basic concepts For pub design, or any other environmental factor, to have an effect on a person’s psychological state or behaviour, it must first be perceived and interpreted.

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