The Study of Social and Cultural Problems arising from Heterogeneous Textures and Marginalization in Suburb Regions (Case Study: Khatoon Abad in Pakdasht)
International Journal of Architecture, Arts and Applications
Volume 1, Issue 1, July 2015, Pages: 15-22
Received: Jul. 3, 2015; Accepted: Jul. 24, 2015; Published: Jul. 25, 2015
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Authors
Zahra Abbasi, PhD Candidate of Architecture, Department of Art and Architecture, science and research branch, Islamic Azad University, Tehran, Iran
Mohammad Mahdi Momeni Tame, Department of Art and Architecture, Natanz Branch, Islamic Azad University, Natanz, Iran and Municipality Pakdasht
Abbas Mandegari, Department of Art and Architecture, Natanz Branch, Islamic Azad University, Natanz, Iran and Architecture Expert, Mahestan Company
Mojtaba Vashaei, Department of Art and Architecture, Natanz Branch, Islamic Azad University, Natanz, Iran
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Abstract
The municipality is a population threshold aimed to estimate the needs of the population. Growth of Urban population is relatively disciplined in developed countries. Marginalization and heterogeneous textures are the important issues in today urban society and this phenomenon is growing along with economic, social and cultural issues. In this study, we examine important variables in the issue of marginalization and companionship of heterogeneous tissues of Khatoon Abad district in Pakdasht and we sought to obtain its social consequences. The results of the study indicate that immigration in small town of Khatoon Abad is the most important factor in the development of suburb areas, which is influenced by economic and socio-cultural repulsion and the economic and socio-cultural attractions of the target city. In social consequences, it has been found that there is a relation between the intensity of marginalization and the increased rate of the privation of marginalized people which leads to poverty in suburb regions. The method of this study is survey.
Keywords
Marginalization, Immigration, Social Impact, Khatoon Abad, Companionship of Heterogeneous Textures
To cite this article
Zahra Abbasi, Mohammad Mahdi Momeni Tame, Abbas Mandegari, Mojtaba Vashaei, The Study of Social and Cultural Problems arising from Heterogeneous Textures and Marginalization in Suburb Regions (Case Study: Khatoon Abad in Pakdasht), International Journal of Architecture, Arts and Applications. Vol. 1, No. 1, 2015, pp. 15-22. doi: 10.11648/j.ijaaa.20150101.13
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