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The Coordinated Planning Theory (The Interacted Theory with Official Structural Elements of Iran’s Urban Planning Environment)
Gh. Nazemi1, R. Rezazadeh2, A. Saghatoleslami *3, H. Sarvari1
1- Department of Urban planning, Faculty of Arts and Architecture, Mashhad Branch, Islamic Azad University, Mashhad, Iran
2- Department of urban planning, Iran Science and Technology University, Tehran, Iran
3- Department of Urban planning, Faculty of Arts and Architecture, Mashhad Branch, Islamic Azad University, Mashhad, Iran , saghatoleslami@mshdiau.ac.ir
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Aims: Today, the inconsistencies range of last seven decades planning and urban plans which were due to the lack of formulating an indigenous theory base on the Iran's planning environment characteristics, are visible. Achieving to the interacted urban planning theory with the official structural elements of Iran’s planning environment is the research aim.
Methodology: This is a qualitative research with the critical approach. "Classical Grounded theory" is the foundation of research provision. Targeted semi-structured interviews with 30 experts and documentary research of 100 published scientific and research documents (1991-2020) provided the data that coded by the MAXQDA software. The research validity was confirmed by reviewing the literature and "Assessment with the seven criteria of Strauss and Corbin" and "Assessment with the Cresol questions".
Findings: In the data linking (860 open cods) and conceptualizing process of this research, with "autographs" and the participation of interviewees, the basic codes of "macro-planning structure", "theories and theoretical frameworks" and "planning environment" were identified. The official planning structure and "the elements of the official urban planning structure" and the basic code of "coordination model of the official planning structure elements" and three basic categories of: "incoordination and inconsistency in the process of providing and implementation the plan", "inconsistency and incoordination of theoretical frameworks of planning model" and "incoordination In the urban governance" with using the "graph model" was clarified.
Conclusion: The research showed: the "coordination" concept is the codes and categories central core which lead to the interacted planning theory with the elements of the official structure of Iran’s planning environment. The focal phenomenon that shows "the theory of this research" is "coordinated planning" with the strategies of: "theoretical guidance for organizing a coordinated planning process" and "practical guidance for coordinating the role, viewpoint, interaction, etc. of institutions and users involved in planning".
Keywords: Theory of Planning , Coordinated Planning , Planning Environment , Official Structure , Grounded Theory ,
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Article Type: Original Research | Subject: Urban Planning
Received: 2020/09/8 | Accepted: 2020/11/12 | Published: 2021/06/16
* Corresponding Author Address: Department of Urban planning, Faculty of Arts and Architecture, Islamic Azad University, Ostad Yusofi Street, Emamieh Boulevard ,GhasemAbad, Mashhad, Iran. Postal Code: 9187147578
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Nazemi G, Rezazadeh R, Saghatoleslami A, Sarvari H. The Coordinated Planning Theory (The Interacted Theory with Official Structural Elements of Iran’s Urban Planning Environment). GeoRes. 2021; 36 (2) :125-136
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