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Journal:   JOURNAL OF REGIONAL PLANNING   SPRING 2018 , Volume 8 , Number 29 ; Page(s) 41 To 52.
 
Paper: 

AN ANALYSIS OF THE INFLUENTIAL FACTORS IN REGIONAL RESILIENCY USING TRIZ TECHNIQUE; A CASE SUDY IN HAMEDAN PROVINCE

 
 
Author(s):  ZALI N., SOHRABI REZVANI M.
 
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Abstract: 
Every shock or crisis usually causes social disorder, divates the society from its predefined goals and functions, and reduces sustainability. Therefore, planning with an emphasis on resilience should be focused on. In such a condition, when the society confronts a sudden shock, it is not only able to absorb disorders and organize itself, but also it can improve its condition to a higher level. The aim of this study was to investigate the resiliency of the state of Hamadan in three dimensions of population and demography, infrastructure, and economy using experts’ opinions to determinethe different aspects of resiliency in Hamadan and to identify its strengths and weaknesses from the perspective of resilience. The present research is an applied which employs a descriptive survey design. The first section is prepared based on literature review and using reports presented by various organizations, such as comprehensive and detailed province plans and statistical reports. In the second section, resilience factors are discussed based on PEOPLES framework. Afterwards, using Delphi and TRIZ techniques, the final factors and dimensions are presented. Then, the resilience of Hamadan has been evaluated. The results showed that from a demographic point of view, the least resiliency belonged to the growth rate (0. 67) whereas population density and sex ratio (0. 98) had the highest amount of resiliency. In addition, the findings displayed that from the infrastructure point of view, electricity consumption in the domestic sector had no resiliency while education services and healthcare had full resiliency. Finally, from the perspective of economy, results indicated that inactive population had the high amount of resiliency (0. 97) and the least amount of resiliency belonged to the employment rate in the agriculture sector (0. 78).
 
Keyword(s): RRESILIENCY, STABILITY, REGENAL PLANNING, TRIZ, THE STATE OF HAMEDAN
 
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