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Khorasani M, Rezvani M. The Identification and the Analysis of Livability Discrepancies’ Regarding Adjacent Villages of Varamin. Serd. 2013; 2 (4) :55-74
URL: http://serd.khu.ac.ir/article-1-1659-en.html
1- Assistant Prof. in Geography and Rural Planning and Member of Excellent in Rural Planning, Tehran University , khorasani_ma@alumni.ut.ac.ir
2- Prof. in Geography and Rural Planning and Member of Excellent in Rural Planning, Tehran University
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Adjacent villages are among the settlements in which are simultaneously facing with some opportunities as well as threats. These in turn affect the quality of life and meeting the needs of the settlers. Accessibility to urban facilities and services from one hand and urban ecological threats and the consequences of rural migration on the other hand, lead to complex circumstances. Livable settlements briefly define as suitable and pleasant places to live and work. The study is comprised of Varamin adjacent villages next to four urban nucleuses. The research method is based on analytical method as well as field works and documentary data. The objective of this study is to identify the level of livability. As such one way analysis of variance was applied. This study suggests that there exists a significant difference in the villages in terms of their livability.
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