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, , Jamaleddin Honarvar,
Volume 0, Issue 0 (3-1921)

The Corona virus epidemic has raised many challenges for countries around the world, with the tourism industry not missing. To address these challenges in the tourism industry, recovering and compatibility measures are a matter that requires more attention. Given the importance of this issue, this study examined the resuscitation and recovery of urban and rural tourism during the post -Corona era. The present study is the functionality and method of doing it (qualitative and quantitative). The data collection and information collection tool is exploratory and deep. Research societies are research experts and experts in the field of tourism, which were used by the non -explicit sampling method and targeted 50 deep interviews. The qualitative method of theory, the Stras, and the Corbin were used to analyze the information and answer the research questions. The results of the study show that according to experts, 34 concepts were identified for the restoration and recovery of urban and rural tourism in the post -Corona era. The restoration and restoration of rural tourism is primarily influenced by the holding of small tourism festivals, eco -tourism development, local tours development, promoting agricultural tourism, ecotourism and rural tourism development. While digitalization of tourism services, travel restrictions, expansion of health tourism, tourism cooperation, increased online guides and tour leaders, and expanding virtual trips are the most important measures to restore and restore urban tourism. The results of this study can also be used to restore and restore urban and rural tourism in other parts of the country.

Mostafa Ghadami, Farveh Rahmani, Jamaleddin Honarvar,
Volume 20, Issue 56 (3-2020)

Industrial revolution and its resulting changes have led to urban horizontal growing. Environmental pollution, more energy consumption, development without planning, Increased spending on infrastructure, particularly in the area of urban construction are the consequences of the urban horizontal growing. To remedy the crisis, efforts have been made to recognize patterns of urban development and the realization of sustainable urban form. Meanwhile, the compact city strategy was presented to solve the proposed problems. Compact city is an urban strategy to tackle the problem of sporadic and uncontrolled physical growth of cities. This study aimed to identify the obstacles to the realization of compact city strategy in the central part of Sari. The research method is qualitative on the basis of a theoretical approach. Data was collected in two ways of documentation and semi-structured interviews. The sample included people involved in urban development projects. Purposeful sampling was done using the snowball technique and finally 10 specialists in the research area were selected as the study sample. Results suggest that the presence of monuments, low interest of investors for construction, and inefficient transport system were among the obstacles of the realization of compact city strategy in the research area
Alireza Rahimi, Nader Nazemi, Jamaleddin Honarvar,
Volume 21, Issue 60 (3-2021)

Energy plays a major role in providing welfare of urban and rural households, and reforming energy consumption patterns, in addition to price balancing, requires recognition and acts of cultural and social variables affecting the pattern of consumption and savings. Considering the importance of saving electricity and its relation with consumer behavior, in this study, the difference in urban and rural communities was investigated in terms of effective factors on energy savings. The present research is descriptive-analytical in terms of purpose and method. The data-gathering tool and information collection and interviews with urban and rural households in Poledokhtar city. The statistical population includes urban and rural households in Poledokhtar Township (N= 30012). Using Cochran formula and simple random sampling method, 379 households (244 urban households and 135 rural households) were selected. In the data analysis section, analysis of variance and logistic regression tests were used. The results showed that there is a significant difference between the factors and indicators affecting power saving in rural and urban areas. The individual agent and the factor of behavior management and purchasing, while the factor is the most important factor in saving households in rural areas, primarily influence power saving in urban areas.

Mr Jamaleddin Honarvar,
Volume 21, Issue 61 (6-2021)

Today, the process of developing and constructing educational spaces tends to be more inclined to physical dimensions and is painted against human beings and their characteristics. The result is a disconnect between the students' relationship with the schools in particular and the educational environment in general. As such, they consider their students to be less part of the high school and feel less attached to it. The purpose of this study is to focus on designers 'view of the semantic levels of the school environment that can influence students' sense of place. The research method was descriptive, analytical and survey using spss software and Lisrel 8.8. This study uses the confirmatory factor analysis technique to determine whether the number of factors and loads of variables measured on these factors are consistent with what is specified in the theory. According to the results of confirmatory factor analysis, the standardized coefficients are acceptable and relatively large. Through the SEM structural model, it was estimated that the highest correlation and consistency between subjective factor with factor loadings of 0.76 and physical component rank second. With a factor load of 0.63 and finally the educational component with a standard coefficient of 0.58 establishes and promotes a sense of  belonging in high schools. At the end of the conceptual model the research was mapped using structural equation modeling and by regression it was concluded that subjective, physical and educational components predict 43% of the variance in sense of belonging in Tehran high schools.

Mr Jamaleddin Honarvar, Dr Sara Jalalian,
Volume 22, Issue 64 (4-2022)

Housing, as the primary needs of mankind and providing his satisfaction, plays an essential role in improving the quality of life. In these conditions, the "home quarantine or social distance plan" is the only way to interrupt the transmission chain, this research seeks to examine the physical-social factors in the quality of today's homes (including a variety of species of housing) for long-term presence of humans in The conditions are quarantine. In this paper, we have tried to extract indices and components of the quality of different types of housing and the effect of each of the factors in the tolerance of quarantine conditions in different types of housing of Tehran. The method is based on applied purpose and in terms of descriptive-analytical nature and comparative technique. The documentary and field method and a questionnaire were used to collect information. To analyze the data, single sample t-test and mean test and to study the normalization of data were used by colomogorov-smarinov test. The statistical population of the study includes residents of different types of housing in Tehran are 381 samples. Measurement of research indicators with Likert spectrum and with a assumed average of 3 and 3 indicators and 9 components and 49 measures. These indicators include physical, social, cultural indicators. According to the results, residential complexes have the highest level of satisfaction (mean 4.41) of physical-social factors in the quality of life of residents of different types of housing species in quarantine conditions. The level of social, physical and functional indicators in general for residential complexes show a better condition. By summing up these indices and the overall examination of physical-social factors in the quality of life of residents of different types of housing in terms of quarantine conditions; It was found that apartment housing has the lowest satisfaction (3.77) of social physical factors of their quality of life in quarantine conditions. At the end of research, suggestions for improving the quality of life of residents of different types of housing in quarantine conditions were presented with respect to physical-social dimensions.

Mr Jamaleddin Honarvar, Dr Mohammad Ali Tabarsa,
Volume 22, Issue 67 (12-2022)

 Many contemporary urban environments are not self-sufficient with the physical and mental characteristics of the residents. Proper and purposeful design of urban environments can reduce the risks to health. The rivers of urban valleys and their open spaces are our natural and national wealth and heritage. Their value in urban plans remains unknown. In this study, in order to organize spatial space along urban rivers with a health promotion approach to achieve suitable environmental conditions for the survival of Darkeh River in Tehran (between the Modiriat bridge and Hemmat highway) and improving the quality of the surrounding environment. The research method was descriptive-analytical with survey technique. Using SPSS and LISREL8.80 software, the descriptive data of the questionnaire were analyzed. Internal and external environmental factors have been identified through field interviews from residents of three neighborhoods of IranZamin, DehVanak and the scope of the project using SWOT method. Using the Pearson continuity test and the SEM continuity diagram, it was found that there are four direct components of river flow organization (safety, continuity, vitality, flexibility) and improving the health of citizens in these three neighborhoods. At the end of the conceptual model, based on the effect of independent variables of organizing river-valleys on the dependent variables of citizenschr('39') health, it was presented and drawn and the fit of the conceptual model was confirmed using standard values ​​of T test. In the end, based on the current situation and analyzes, 11 strategies and 39 design strategies have been presented.

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