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Journal:   URBAN MANAGEMENT STUDIES   winter 2019 , Volume 10 , Number 36 #b00503; Page(s) 61 To 74.
 
Paper: 

Measure the Urban Quality of Life in Worn out Tissues (Case Study: Aliabad Neighborhood, Khorramabad City)

 
 
Author(s):  Rashidi Razieh*, ZANGANEH AHMAD, SAREMI HAMIDREZA
 
* Yadegar e Imam Khomeini (RAH) Shahre Rey Azad University Tehran, Iran
 
Abstract: 
Introduction and Objective: The purpose of this research is to measure the dimensions of urban quality of life in the context of the worn out texture through objective and subjective aspects and ultimately provide a solution for improving the quality of urban life in the context of the worn-out texture of the Ali Abad neighborhood of Khorramabad city. Methods: The present research is based on the initial data. In order to collect the initial data, a sample survey was conducted in the studied area. 380 questionnaires were prepared to determine the quality of life in the territory of the worn out tissue. Results: The findings of this study showed that transport, housing, urban governance and recreational accessibility have the greatest effect on the level of life satisfaction in the worn out tissue. By planning for the improvement of these components, the level of life satisfaction can be found in this area has been raised. Conclusion: Physical variable is effective on mental aspects of quality of life. That is, by increasing a standard deviation in the variable of physical dimensions, the amount of life satisfaction and mental dimensions of quality of life will increase the same amount. Also, according to the results of regression, it was determined that the agent of housing does not have the greatest effect on the physical quality of the urban environment and this is the transport factor that has the most effect.
 
Keyword(s): Aliabad neighborhood of Khorramabad city,Life satisfaction,Quality of urban life,Urban management,Worn texture
 
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