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Explaining the Effective Factors on livability of Urban Areas of Isfahan

Journal: Geographical Urban Planning Research (GUPR) (Vol.7, No. 2)

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Page : 411-429

Keywords : زیست‌پذیری; شاخص کالبدی; شهر اصفهان; محله‌های شهری; هویت و حس تعلق;

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Today, different approaches and concepts have been proposed to solve the problem of cities, which is livability is one of the concepts discussed in connection with urban planning. The current approach to the present study is based on the applied purpose and based on the descriptive-analytical nature. The sample size has been determined using the Cochran formula of 384 people, which was added to the assurance of a further 10 people. The 5-level Likert spectrum technique was used to explain the effective factors on the livability. The model of structural equations was used to understand the relationship between variables and in order to fit the overall model, the chi-square, GFI, and AGFI indices, and the remaining root mean square (which is one of the most important indicators) was used. In this study, the relationship between independent variable (physical livability index) and dependent variable (economic, social, environmental and social indicators) has been investigated. The physical characteristics of the 15 areas of the city of Isfahan have been considered, so that from the regions, 3 regions and from each region 2 neighborhoods were examined and approximately 65 questionnaires filled in each area. The physical index has an impact on the economic and environmental .the results show that the physical indices have a significant impact on economic viability and that beta is 0.62 significantly related and that the physical index affects environmental impacts and has meaningful relation with beta is 0.32, but this index has an effective role on social, identity and housing.

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