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Evaluating the Amount of Satisfaction from Historical Context Recreating Projects of Cities with the Approach of Local Communities Case Study: Kavir Hamsayegi Complex in the Yazd City
Mohamad Reza Rezaei * 1, Shahab Hajforoush 2
1- Department of Geography and Urban Planning, Faculty of humanities and social sciences,Yazd University, Yazd, Iran
2- Department of Geography and Urban Planning, Faculty of humanities and social sciences, Yazd University, Yazd, Iran
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Introduction and Background: Urban recreating is a generic term that incorporates other concepts such as rehabilitation, renovation, rehabilitation, regeneration and urbanization.
Aims: In this regard, target of this research is set according to local-communities approach in order to evaluate the current status of Yazd city in terms of recreating activities and also to assess satisfaction amount of developing theses projects and provide solutions for optimal use of these spaces while preserving the identity of the fabric in Yazd city.
Methodology: The present study in terms of the target is applied, In terms of the method is descriptive-analytical and in terms of information gathering is library and documentary research. In this study, statistical methods of Chi-square test, Pearson correlation and single-sample T were used.
Conclusion: : Results based on Chi-square test suggests that in the view of residents, there is a significant relation between, physical, economic, social, environmental and interior dimensions with satisfaction from the complex and at out of complex that there is a significant relation between physical, social and economic and environmental dimensions with satisfaction from the complex. Also in the Pearson correlation analysis of the residents of the complex and outside it, the relationship between age, socioeconomic status, residence status, income, marital status with satisfaction from the collection is significant. In single-sample T test, the average dimensions of the inhabitants of the collection and outside it, other than the environmental dimension (negative T), are greater than the comparative number (3), which indicates that, apart from the environmental dimension, they had a satisfaction from other dimensions. Finally, there are some strategies to improve the historical context and recreating of cities and to promote facilities and services in the range of studied area.
Keywords: Satisfaction, Recreating, Historical Context, Kavir Hamsayegi Collection, Yazd City
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Urban Planning
Received: 2018/03/14 | Accepted: 2018/07/3 | Published: 2018/09/17
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Rezaei M R, Hajforoush S. Evaluating the Amount of Satisfaction from Historical Context Recreating Projects of Cities with the Approach of Local Communities Case Study: Kavir Hamsayegi Complex in the Yazd City. geores. 2018; 33 (2) :40-55
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