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Evaluating the Effects of Social Capital in Rural Governance (Case study: villagers of Ardabil
Vakil Heidari sarban
University of MohagheghArdabili,
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The governance is an approach that it is for participation of village people and making decision of them about plans and administrative and developmental planning for village people. If the presented experimental research and theories is a compound of rule, social capital is very important. On the other hand, social capital is a useful field of achieving a management and rule in order to unify and secured social life. The aim of this study is the investigating into the effects of social capital in rural governance (Ardabil villagers). The performance method of this study was descriptive- survey and the required information were collected by library and field (questionnaire method). Statistical society of this study were residents above 15 years old of Ardabil villages that they were 123264 people and there has been used from Cochran formulate for measuring the volume of statistical sample and sample volume were selected 383 people. There has been analyzed data by using SPSS software. The results showed that although there is a significant relationship between various dimensions of social capital in village governance, but there are multiple regressions.

Keywords: : Social capital, Village rule, Village development, Ardabil County.
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Received: 2017/05/10 | Accepted: 2017/10/28 | Published: 2017/11/15
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heidari sarban V. Evaluating the Effects of Social Capital in Rural Governance (Case study: villagers of Ardabil. scds. 2017; 6 (2) :9-44
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