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Journal:   JOURNAL OF REGIONAL PLANNING   Spring 2019 , Volume 9 , Number 33 #R00467; Page(s) 125 To 135.

Analysis of Effective Components in Enhancing Rural-Urban linkages Based on Regional Network Approach Using F'ANP and AHP Models

Rural-urban linkages include all economic, social, cultural and technological relations between urban and rural settlements. Disregarding of these relations in the regional developmental plans has led to inequity. In the context of explaining the relations between the urban and the rural, various views have been raised, including the center-periphery relations, the growth pole and etc. In most of these theories, the development of rural areas is dominated by urbans. However, in the regional network view, unlike other perspectives, rural areas, like urban areas, play an active role in a network of linkages for regional development according to their potentials and needs. The purpose of this research is to analyze the structures affecting rural-urban links based on the regional network approach in Anzal region of urmia. Therefore, with reviewing the theoretical and empirical literature, the effective indicators in rural-urban links were extracted and analysed using the F'ANP model, the combination of factor and network analysis, and AHP model, hierarchy analysis. AHP analysis was performed using questionnaire tool based on expert opinions and F'ANP analysis was based on data in databases. According to the results of F'ANP model, the amount of water resources with coefficient of 0. 157, social cohesion with coefficient of 0. 086 and migration rate with coefficient of 0. 086 and also based on the results of AHP model, the amount of water resources with coefficient of 0/271, literacy rate with coefficient of 0. 93 and the level of technology with coefficient of 0. 072 were the most important factors affecting rural-urban links.
Keyword(s): Rural-urban linkages,regional network,F’,ANP model,AHP model
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