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Barghi H, Ghanbari Y, Saeedi M. The Investigation of Islamic Rural Council’s and Degree of Community Participation in Rural Development (Case: Hossainabad in Najafabad). Serd. 2013; 2 (4) :119-138
URL: http://serd.khu.ac.ir/article-1-1662-en.html
1- Assistant Prof. in Geography and Rural Planning, Isfahan University
2- M.Sc. student of Geography and Rural Planning, Isfahan University
Abstract:   (10457 Views)
Nowadays, rural councils are performing prominent role on rural development. It is argued that the creation of these bodies is among the major measures for organization of community participation regarding rural development. This study aims to investigate the role of rural Islamic council’s as well as the level of community participation upon rural development of Hossainabad in Najafabad. The research method is based on field work as well as questionnaire. It possesses descriptive-analytical nature. Statistical community is composed of two groups including households and member of rural councils. The sample size turns out to be 255 which were extracted by random sampling technique. As such 15 council members were interviewed. This study followed by application of Kolmogorov–Smirnov test in order to assure the normality of average score distribution. This is followed by application of T test in order to evaluate the council function. Comparison between the view points of the households and council members demands application of Mean Whitney U and non-dependent T. This study suggests that there is not a significant variation in rural council performance from economic aspect. However, social rural council performance is more appropriate comparing with their economic status. With respect to cultural aspect, the significance level is less than average. Moreover, the degree of rural community participation is amounted to be little over than average.
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