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Volume 4, Issue 2 (11-2015)

Under the influence of urbanization, socio-cultural and economic factors diversity change of the people lifestyle. Preferences of people demonstrated in leisure activities, clothing, nutrition, body management, architecture and interior layout is smart homes. This study aimed to examine social factors, cultural and economic impact on the lifestyle of the inhabitants of the villages has become a city in Khorasan Razavi Province khaf and Roshtkhar done. Theoretical research is based on theories of Ibn-Khaldun, Bourdieu, Giddens and Cheney have been developed. Survey and Data has built a questionnaire. The results show that lifestyle changes in Nashtifan and Salami influenced by cultural factors and economic factors have caused in Jangal. The test research hypotheses show that among participation of social, political and administrative organizations, ways and means of communication network, the spirit of individualism, identity and relationships, indirect and secondary classes as agents of social, cultural and educational facilities, media consumption and cultural capital as cultural factors, consumerism, shopping, tend to speculative interests, fading support joint economic prosperity as economic and lifestyle factors, there is a significant relationship.

Dr. Vahid Shalchi, Abbas Jong,
Volume 5, Issue 1 (8-2016)

This article examines the relationship between space, class and capital in the city of Tehran. The main aim of this study is to show how the country's capital is moving into the housing and real estate sector in Tehran, and Tehran urban land areas become suitable place for the reproduction of the capital and also the relationship between the urban classes and urban areas affected by the function and the performance of the capital. The theoretical approach of this article is mainly influenced by the David Harvey's approach. The Method of This article based on secondary analysis of data which produced by Official centers such as the Iran’s Central Bank and the Municipality of Tehran. Results show that shifting unequal national production into the housing sector and also the real estate market in Tehran and besides the creation of economic inequality in the housing and real estate market based on the cost of housing in household budget and also the geographical distribution of different classes and groups creating unequal urban spaces in contemporary Tehran, which this process, in a Marco sphere, leads to the reproduction of social inequality and stratification.

Ardahaee Ali Ghasemi, Reza Noubakht, Shafiee Ghodrati,
Volume 7, Issue 1 (8-2018)

Though in most of the countries such as Iran the emphasis has been on rural-urban emigration, the result of censuses show emergence of new current of internal migration with the form of reverse migration or counter-urbanization in recent years in Iran. For recognition and best analysis of reverse migration, 12100 reverse migrants in demographic and economic characteristics, determinants and reason of migration with 23700 metropolis migrants as a result of two percent sample of 1390 census have been studies comparatively. Findings show that in demographic-economic characteristics, age-sex combination, marriage state and head of household, education, and the kind of employment, there is significant difference between reverse and metropolis migrants, the most affective of these differences is migrants’ employment. The superiority of skillful migrants in agriculture and ordinary labor in reverse migration and other professions in metropolis migration has caused migrants’ jobs explain two of three of occurrence changes in under-analyzed migrations. Natural and bio-environmental features of rural and deep structure, economic, commercial, political of metropolis have caused the reverse migrants who entered rural of diverse states and migrants who entered metropolis (Tehran, Mashhad, Isfahan, Karaj, Tabriz, Shiraz, Ahvaz and Ghom) have diverse social, economic features and reasons for this migration

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