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Sedighe Alizadeh, Ali Mehdi, Masome Mahdian Bahnamiri,
Volume 1, Issue 2 (11-2012)
Today the majority of cities encountered with increasing level of
negative consequences due to rapid urban growth which threatening the overall
health of the citizens. So the idea of
healthy city has captured wide attention in the contemporary urban literature
and has high capacity for further studies. This research aimed to study the
main indices of healthy city in the zone 2 of Qom with its high migrant
oriented growth. The methodology of the research is based on descriptive and
analytical methods and the required data was collected by conducting a field
work to complete the given questionnaires. The main questions concentrated on
the socio-economic and physical issues such as environmental health, land use
and the quality of accessibility to services, urban furniture, urban
aesthetics, social security, and housing.
The data were processed using SPSS. The findings of the research were
analyzed by applying different statistical tests such as T- test, Tukey, One
tailed ANOVA. The results revealed that the given indices have not been
corresponded with healthy city standards in the whole area especially in the 3
and 4 districts of the zone 2. It can be concluded that the poor socio-economic
and cultural status of the residents combined with the inappropriate management
of urban authorities exacerbated the situation in the study area.
Majid Movahed, Rohollah Mozafari, Samane Alizadeh, ,
Volume 1, Issue 3 (2-2013)
paper studies the relationship between cultural capital and trust in
foundations and organizations. Its method is quantitative and its technique is
survey. The sample content includes 384 youths aged 14-29 in Shiraz who have
been selected through Multi-stage stratified sampling. The Data collection tools include
questionnaire, and data analysis has been undertaken via SPSS. Evaluating the
validity and reliability of questionnaire has been performed through face
validity and Kronbach’s Alpha coefficient.
multi-variant regression has been used in the inferential statistics section.
The results indicate that the two factors of watching satellite and television
have entered the equation in all of the models, where watching satellite and
watching TV lie in a negative and positive relation to the dependent variable
respectively. Moreover, historical- religious and scientific aspects have
entered the equation in most of the models where both of them have a positive
relation to dependant variable. The individual’s education is also considered
as a variant included in most of the models but with a negative relation to the
Masomeh Bagheri, Ali Hossein Hosseinzadeh, Samira Heydari, Masoud Zalizadeh,
Volume 3, Issue 3 (2-2015)
This article aims to examine sociological life satisfaction of citizens above 18 years old and over in Ahvaz .Theoretical framework to explain about the problem and the related sociological perspectives and assumptions used were extracted .This research used a survey method to gather data. In this study, participants of this study were all citizen in Ahvaz, and 384 were set through Cochranchr('39')s sample size formula. This study was conducted from 1391 to 1392. The results show that all independent variables have a significant relationship with the dependent variable. It also shows that social and economic backgrounds have a significant relationship and 30% of life satisfaction derives from the relations between the two backgrounds.
Dr Yaghoob Foroutan, Dr Hydar Janalizadeh, Dr Sohila Nikbaksh,
Volume 5, Issue 1 (8-2016)
This article presents research-based evidence to explore the major patterns and determinants associated with gender stereyotypes. The article employs the combined model of Macionis (2001) and Taylor (2003) in order to measure gender stereotypes. The discussion of this article is based on a survey conducted in rural and urban areas of Mahmoudabad in Mazandaran Province. The saple includes 400 males and females aged 15 years old and over. According to the results of this analysis, two key points can be addressed. First, the presence of stereotypes among males and females is mainly explaind by gender accordance. Second, stereotypes are significantly associated with age, education, religiosity, and rural-urban residence.
Sajjad Moeinfar, Sajjad Moeinfar, , Parviz Alizadeh,
Volume 6, Issue 2 (11-2017)
The aim of this research is Survey of the social factors influenced at the tendency of citizens to street violence (case study: the city of Urmia).In the present study, The most important applied theories include social disorganization theory of Shaw and McKay, Bandurachr('39')s social learning, Yuval Davis, Gessen (victimization), Durkheimchr('39')s anomie, social control Hirsch. The research methodology is a survey method. Urmia citizens’ are as statistical population of this research that 428 citizenship of them, selected as sample bye two steps clusters sampling . In order to collect data, researcher-made questionnaire have been used. The reliability of questionnaire has been estimated in selection as 0.85. And for the validity of construct validity was used. In order to analyze data Pearson correlation and step wise regression were applied . The main results include that there is a significant and direct and positive relation between street violence with Fading of religious beliefs, decline of morality in popular culture, Lack of ethics in relations between authorities, Lack of proper execution of laws by responsible organizations, Non-observance of traffic norms, Drawing attention, Victimization, Loss of social capital, ethnicity. Result of Stepwise regression analysis showed that citezens’ street violence is more under effect of Victimization.
Volume 7, Issue 3 (1-2019)
some rural-urban migrations, especially in countries and regions with strong kinship, tribal, community and ethnic relationships, have led to the creation of ethnic businesses within which entrepreneurial and business elites emerge. In some cases, the financial resources of these people return to their native villages and lead to rural development. Therefore, this research seeks to find the strategies that these migrant entrepreneurs use for rural development. This research is a qualitative study based on the principles of grounded theory. The results indicate that emigrant elites have developed strategies such as the formation of developmental and support institutions, the formation of collective business networks, mutual support, and people’s participation. These strategies have led to the investment in birthplace, developmental measures, and interest in improving youth employment and have affected the development of studied villages. The results also showed that the spirit of demanding progress and the need for success, modeling early pioneer immigrants, attachment to birthplace, the pursuit of ethnic businesses, positive view towards the village, the measures of early migrants, etc. have been important in the creation of immigrant elites and entrepreneurs.
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.