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:: Volume 10, Issue 1 (8-2021) ::
scds 2021, 10(1): 44-82 Back to browse issues page
Factor Analysis of the Effective Social Factors on Sustainable Development, The City of Chabahar
Farahnaz Sardarzahi , Golamreza Miri
Master of Sociology, Islamic Azad University, Zahedan Branch
Abstract:   (919 Views)
The present study has attempted to explore the effective social factors (humanitarian factors) on sustainable development in four spectra including promoting, inhibitory, internal, and external factors among native inhabitants of the city of Chabahar. Nineteen indicators were studied in order to identify the main factors. Also a questionnaire containing 100 questions was distributed among 318 native inhabitants. The reliability value of the questionnaire was 0.75. Regarding data analysis, the KMO and Bartlett's test of sphericity were used for determining the adequacy and selection of proper data. Finally, thirteen factors and thirty nine items assessing the status of these factors among the native residents of Chabahar  were extracted and named as follows: the internal promoting social factors (four general indicators and two indicators specific to the people with work experience) resulting to the sum of the total varience equal to %73.341, including “social trust” (low) , “social participation” (intermediate), “interpersonal trust” (intermediate), “collective spirit” (high), and “job commitment” (intermediate); the internal inhibitory factors (sum of total varience equal to (%65.602) including “restricting women’s independence” (low), “religious fanaticism” (low), and “racial distinction” (relatively low); the external promoting factors (sum of total varience equal to  (%61.920) including “political freedom and social opportunities” (low), “justice-centeredness” (very low), and “ensure transparency” (low); the external inhibitory social factors (sum of total varience equal to (%59.784) including “inefficiency of rules” (high) and “ethnic discrimination” (high)
Keywords: Factor Analysis, Humanitarian Factors, Social Development, Sustainable Development.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2021/01/11 | Accepted: 2021/07/11 | Published: 2022/11/15
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Sardarzahi F, Miri G. Factor Analysis of the Effective Social Factors on Sustainable Development, The City of Chabahar. scds 2021; 10 (1) :44-82
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