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Volume 3, Issue 1 (8-2014)

Social capital is a form of capital along with economic and cultural capital by which the individual can access to the available resources and support within different groups and society. The main purpose of the present research is to examine the different levels of social capital among men and women. It is assumed that men and women enjoy differential levels of social capital due to the cultural and social differences and gender inequalities. The study is a secondary analysis based on the data gathered by Iran University of Medical Sciences, World Health Organization, Tehran Municipality, and Jihad Daneshgahi on 2008 within the project called Urban Health Equity Assessment and Response Tool. The sample is 20670 people aged over 18 years old who live in Tehran. The results indicate that there are no significant differences between men and women in terms of family social capital. However, significant differences are found between men and women in the mean of peer social capital. Men enjoyed higher levels of peer, neighborhood, and total social capital compared with women.


Volume 7, Issue 2 (11-2018)

This research with the aim of explaining Status of Urban Neighborhoods Enjoy in Access to Services Landuses (Commercial- Services, Educational, Hygienic-Treatment ,Religious- Cultural, Recreation-Sport and Green space) it was taken in the 10th neighnorhoods of Khormoj city. The aim of this study is applied and descriptive-analytic method used in it in which the use of resources for library -documents, analyzed and evaluated the levels of development areas in the study area during the 19 indicators. The spatial distribution of service landuse it was measured utilizing techniques Gray correlation coefficient analysis and Shannon entropy and The results showed that in all the landuse, public services in the city of khourmoj, has no relation to the areas of distribution and this disparate.
The results also showed that the 8th Neighbourhood of Khormoj, In terms of access to services and urban development, has a better position than other areas and neighborhoods 4, 5, 3 and 7, due to a lack of space distribution in public services ,as well as impressive differences with other neighborhoods ,they are in the category of deprived areas.
Amer Nilpour, Milad Hasanalizadeh,
Volume 8, Issue 1 (8-2019)

Elderly is an avoidable one, which pose with it issues and special needs at the level of urban societies. This article is provided to target of analyze the spatial pattern of distribution as well as demographic indicators of the elderly population in the neighborhoods of babol City. The research method of this study is descriptive-analytic and based on the purpose applied. The raw data of the article is extracted from statistical blocks of the babol city, which is provided to base on the census of 1390 Iran Statistics Center. To study the status of the elderlies in the 22 neighborhoods of babol city is used from Indexes of elderly ratio, elderly Dependency ratio, elderly Index and Aging Index. For spatial analysis of elderly population indexes using GIS software and have been used the methods of hot spots and Spatial autocorrelation of moran. By checking the age pyramid of babol city from 1355 to 1395, it was determined that has more elderly population ratio to lower age groups. All four of the studied indexes have more values in the level central neighborhoods than peripheral neighborhoods. Also, all four indexes have a cluster spatial pattern in the level city.

Mr Mohammad Mehdi Nasiri Khalili, Mr ,mohammad Reza Zand Moghaddam, Mr Syed Jalaldin Daryabary,
Volume 9, Issue 2 (10-2020)

The formation of social interactions requires a spatial container. Public spaces can lead to the formation of a sense of identity, belonging and a sense of place by increasing the amount of communication, convergence of different individuals and groups, providing a platform for various activities and events, and thus inducing collective memory among the residents. All of which are components of social capital. , In the present study, an attempt has been made to explain the relationship between social capital, public spaces and neighborhood identity, the various dimensions of this issue. Therefore, the study of the impact of physical and social dimensions of space on the components of social capital such as trust and interaction and incidental participation in social networks can explain the role of public spaces in social capital and neighborhood identity. This research has been done through correlation and regression tests in spss-minitab software.
Sina Jalilpouraghdam, Jalilpouraghdam, Dr Mehdi Khakzand, Mostafa Mostafa_masoudinejad,
Volume 11, Issue 1 (8-2022)

Justice is one of the important issues for all people. Paying attention to the concept of justice in residential buildings is important due to the category of housing which is related to the social need of society for justice. However, what is the objective manifestation of justice in housing and its physical components, needs research. The purpose of this research is to evaluate the compatibility of traditional and contemporary buildings in Pamenar neighborhood of Tehran with the concept of justice. The research method is of a quantitative type and according to its purpose, it is of an applied type and based on the nature of descriptive-case method in an analytical way. Results show that housing and its physical components are effective in shaping people's values, concepts, and feelings about social justice. The distinction and similarity of attention to the concept of justice in traditional and contemporary buildings of Pamenar neighborhood can be expressed in the physical and social indicators related to housing and affecting people's perception of social justice and how they manifest in residential buildings. According to the citizens, the traditional residential buildings of Pamenar neighborhood are more consistent with the concept of justice than the contemporary buildings located there. In fact, justice has been manifested in Pamenar's traditional residential buildings as an example of unity in plurality. However, this unity does not exist between modern residential buildings, nor between contemporary and old traditional buildings located in Pamenar neighborhood.


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