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Investigating the Relationship between Identity and Place Dependence with the Right to the City (Case Study: 19-35 Years Old Youth in Amol City)
Roozbeh Nasiri amoli, Mansour Haghighatian, Ali asghar Abbasi asfjir
Dehaghan Branch, Islamic Azad University
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This study seeks to investigate the relationship and impact of place identity and dependence, which are two important dimensions of spatial belonging, to the city among the urban youth of Amol. This research uses the theoretical framework proposed by Lefebvre and operationalizes the concept of the right to the city presented by this thinker, to benefit from the concept of the right to reveal the city and examines its relationship and impact with belonging to a place that has two dimensions of identity and spatial dependence. The study population is 420 young girls and boys living in Amol who were selected using multi-stage sampling technique. Research data analyzed using SPSS and Amos, show that the results of path analysis indicate that among the studied environmental variables, three variables of Place attachment, Place identity, and Place dependence are included in the model. In examining the direct effects of the above variables, it was found that belonging to a place with a beta coefficient of 0. 255 has the greatest effect and place identity with 0. 097 has the least indirect effect.
Keywords: Amol, Identity, Right to the city, Spatial Belonging
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Received: 2021/06/7 | Accepted: 2021/09/11 | Published: 2022/12/2
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nasiri amoli R, haghighatian M, abbasi asfjir A A. Investigating the Relationship between Identity and Place Dependence with the Right to the City (Case Study: 19-35 Years Old Youth in Amol City). scds 2021; 10 (2) :158-181
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