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The effects of belonging in the Dezfoul’s old neighbourhood based on physical and social dimensions . Case study: Qa’lee and Roodband neighbourhoods. Urban Design Discourse
a Review of Contemporary Litreatures and Theories 2021; 1 (4) :48-59
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Traditional architecture were both more efficient and obviated in contrast with the modern architecture for the citizenry who lives in the old neighbourhood because of their design, social structure and other factors. On the other hand, the environment, life style, social concept, establish citizenry belonging to the special neighbourhood, Having belonging to the special place or environment gives citizenry calmness and it will begin during their staying and will get deeper by the time. So, the aim of this research is consendring the effects of belonging in the Dezfoul's old neighbourhoods base on physical and social dimensions(case study: Qaleh  and Rudband neighbourhood) . The research method is descriptive, fundamental research and applied type,first of all, manager's opinions about the effects of belonging were collected during an interview. The factors which have effects on the belonging were recognized and coded base on QDA software, in the following, by using of PLS software and factor analysis method, the similarity of belonging were check base on the information were collected from Two old neighbourhood. Finally, the question was rejected base on the reuths show that effects of factors (natural and physical factors, organization, mental and social factors) are different in citizenries belonging in these two neighbourhood.
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Article Type: Descriptive & Survey | Subject: Urban Design Theories
Received: 2021/04/8 | Accepted: 2021/02/28 | Published: 2021/02/28

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