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FUZZY COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF SOCIAL CAPITAL AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT CASE STUDY THE RURAL OF MIYANDOAB CITY

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 The improvement and changing the quality of rural residents life requires the development of some social infrastructures that makes possible the development and its process and facilitates its trend. The most important mechanism of the social dimension based on the RURAL DEVELOPMENT which makes the physical changes, development of facilities and welfae is the SOCIAL CAPITAL. Therefore, the purpose of this reaserch is the comparative analysis of the relationship between SOCIAL CAPITAL and RURAL DEVELOPMENT in the villages with over 1000 population of Miyandoab town ship. The research methodology is based on fuzzy approach. The RURAL DEVELOPMENT has been ranked through 79 indices by TOPSIS model. To determine the SOCIAL CAPITAL of the villages, the questionnaire with a sample size of 537 people were used as quota sampling. The results show that the experimental data refers to the fuzzy relationship between the two sets of SOCIAL CAPITAL and RURAL DEVELOPMENT. The consistency criteria between these two sets is equal to 0.816. This value indicates that only 82 percent of the study rural areas have confirmed the claim that SOCIAL CAPITAL is a necessary condition for RURAL DEVELOPMENT. Accordingly, with 95% of confidence it can said that SOCIAL CAPITAL is an "always necessary” condition for RURAL DEVELOPMENT. The coverage index between two sets is equal to 0.75. The experiments demonstrate the importance of SOCIAL CAPITAL for RURAL DEVELOPMENT. The present evidences indicate that 75 percent of the RURAL DEVELOPMENT has been covered by SOCIAL CAPITAL.

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