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Urban Design
1. Tourist wayfinding tools with different levels of familiarity with the environment

toktam hanaee; Sanaz saeedi; shima abedi

Volume 9, Issue 36 , Autumn 2020, Pages 3-12

http://dx.doi.org/10.34785/J011.2021.636

Abstract
  Familiarity with the destination environment plays an important role in tourism, and the more frequent tourists’ visits to the area, the greater their knowledge of the environment and, consequently, the easier for them to navigate around the place. Those unfamiliar with the environment should make ...  Read More

Urban Planning
2. Typology of Foreign Tourists in Tehran’s Grand Bazaar Using Two-step Cluster Analysis: an Approach to Urban Planning

mohammad ghaffari; mohammad nematpour

Volume 9, Issue 36 , Autumn 2020, Pages 13-26

http://dx.doi.org/10.34785/J011.2021.880

Abstract
  Market segmentation is a prerequisite of tourism planning success. Tourist segmentation based on psychological variables is in turn one of the most important, most operational methods in tourism market segmentation. Therefore, the purpose of this descriptive-analytical applied study was to segment the ...  Read More

Urban GIS
3. Flood hazard mapping in Sanandaj using combined models of statistical index and evidential belief function

Mahnaz Azadtalab; Himan Shahabi; Ataollah Shirzadi; Kamran Chapi

Volume 9, Issue 36 , Autumn 2020, Pages 27-40

http://dx.doi.org/10.34785/J011.2021.801

Abstract
  The flood is the second natural disaster in terms of the damage that it causes to human societies every year. At the same time, cities and population centers are exposed to the highest risk and potential for physical damage caused by flood events. The growing trend of floods in Iran in recent years indicates ...  Read More

Urban Planning
4. Modeling Urban Land Use Allocation using Spatial Justice Approach Based on the Multi-Objective Optimization Methods

parvaneh jalerajabi; reza ahmadian; Zahra sadat saiedeh Zarabadi

Volume 9, Issue 36 , Autumn 2020, Pages 41-54

http://dx.doi.org/10.34785/J011.2021.998

Abstract
  This research was conducted mainly to provide a method based on artificial intelligence algorithms in order to obtain optimal urban land use allocation, subjected to mathematical modeling from the perspective of spatial justice using multi-criteria decision analysis concepts, both parcel-based and floor-based. ...  Read More

Urban Management
5. Evaluating the effects of health components on Choosing the Optimal rental Housing among Citizens of Shiraz

Malihe Taghipour; aliakbar heidari; maryam haghayegh

Volume 9, Issue 36 , Autumn 2020, Pages 55-68

http://dx.doi.org/10.34785/J011.2021.299

Abstract
  The rapid population growth and transformation of apartments into the dominant form of urban residence have created new health issues in human life. The consequences, threatening residents’ health, include increase in vitamin D deficiency, overweight, decrease in physical health, social isolation ...  Read More

Urban Management
6. Analysis of Institutional resilience structure for transition from crisis management to urban management resilience against earthquake (Case Study: Qazvin City)

Daryoush Ardalan; zohreh davoudpour; Keramatollah Ziari

Volume 9, Issue 36 , Autumn 2020, Pages 69-84

http://dx.doi.org/10.34785/J011.2021.349

Abstract
  The high rates of financial and human loss in natural disasters (particularly in recent decades) have led various countries and organizations to seek effective theories in that regard. Since 2005 (the Hugo Summit), the issue of resilience has been pursued seriously, addressing the idea of empowering ...  Read More

Urban Economy
7. Assessing the behavioral pattern of tourism supply and demand Based on the Changes of the Capitalist System (Case: Karaj City and Surrounding Villages)

mehdi Mododi Arkhudi; sajad ferdowsi

Volume 9, Issue 36 , Autumn 2020, Pages 85-100

http://dx.doi.org/10.34785/J011.2021.869

Abstract
  Planning for development of tourism always requires concern for supply and demand. At the same time, tourism marketing relies particularly on knowledge of the characteristics of supply and demand. The significance of the present study could be explained by the issue of the changing world and its effects ...  Read More

Urban Sustainability
8. Dimensions and Indicators of the Happy City in Mashhad’s Neighborhoods (Case Studies: Tabarsee Fareq Altahsilan Neighborhoods)

Farshad Noorian; reza ghazi; seyed sajad abdullahpur

Volume 9, Issue 36 , Autumn 2020, Pages 101-116

http://dx.doi.org/10.34785/J011.2021.919

Abstract
  Concern for happiness and its strategic dimensions plays a key role in provision of desirable environment quality in urban neighborhoods, ignorance of which is an issue with which cities, metropolises such as Mashhad, Iran in particular, are faced as a requirement for man to achieve sustainable urban ...  Read More

Urban Planning
9. Assessing the adaptation of urban spaces for persons with disabilities in Ardabil

Arastoo Yari hesar; samira saeidi zarangi; zhila Farzane sadat zaranji; Hadi eskandarieynadin

Volume 9, Issue 36 , Autumn 2020, Pages 117-132

http://dx.doi.org/10.34785/J011.2021.746

Abstract
  Individuals’ characteristics and those of age, sex, and social groups should help provide a safe, healthy, sustainable, and attractive environment that can properly respond to the different needs of all groups in the community. The population of the disabled, including people with physical and ...  Read More

Urban Planning
10. Evaluating the Quality of Urban Development Plans in Mid-sized and Large Cities in Iran

Mohammad Mahdi Ghajar Khosravi; Gholam Reza Haghighat Naeeni

Volume 9, Issue 36 , Autumn 2020, Pages 133-145

http://dx.doi.org/10.34785/J011.2021.589

Abstract
  The position and importance of urban development plans and their evaluation through various methods remains a significant issue in theoretical and practical areas. Plan quality evaluation is known as an emerging methodology for examination of whether a plan holds certain desirable features, and is aimed ...  Read More

Urban Design
1. The evaluation of environmental quality factors on the Behavioral patterns in urban parks- Case study: Mardom park of Hamadan City

a l; ا س

Volume 3, Issue 11 , Summer 2014, , Pages 3-18

Abstract
  Nowadays, a faster pace of changes and transformations in different phenomena such people's lifestyles has meant changes in their thinking and needs also. Since people’s lifestyles are more oriented toward isolation, it is more important to reflect at their lives collectively. People's need for ...  Read More

Urban Design
3. Analysis of Factors Affecting the Improvement of Pedestrian Walkway Spatial Quality and Pedestrian-oriented Spaces, in order to Increase the Social Interactions Level of People (The case study: Tarbiat & Valiasr axis, Tabriz metropolitan)
Volume 1, Issue 4 , Winter 2012, , Pages 95-104

Abstract
  With the onset of industry revolution, automobile invention and development of cities, the pedestrian and pedestrian-oriented spaces and urban spaces role priority gradually faded and the quality of urban public spaces, urban open spaces, and the pedestrian walkways decreased. Lack of pedestrian-oriented ...  Read More

4. Identification of factors influencing urban facade's design with an emphasis on aesthetics and ecological dimensions Case study: Valiasr (a.s.) Street –Free Region of Qeshm

m kh; m m; f j; k a

Volume 3, Issue 10 , Spring 2014, , Pages 15-26

Abstract
  Outward-oriented architecture has a short history in Iran and the history of establishment of outward-oriented buildings placed next to one another in the margin of a phenomenon called street is even shorter. Urban facades are considered as the most influential elements affecting the quality of urban ...  Read More

Urban Planning
5. Physical–EnviromentalRehabilitaion Of The Central Core Of City Textures ,Toward Urban Sustainable Development (Case Study: Centeral Texture Of The Khorramabad City)

z m; h sh; a r

Volume 2, Issue 7 , Summer 2013, , Pages 73-88

Abstract
  Abstract: The history of the old city centers , due to the geographical center , easy access , and feature historic center of economic gravity - the cultural potentials are high , despite the positive features of downtown , the texture of physical problems ( exhaustion ),environmental problems , in the ...  Read More

Urban Design
1. Urban design: from Reviewing the Process to realization of product Towards an Incremental Process of Urban Design

Farshad Nourian; Behnaz Aminzadeh; Mazyar Abaee

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 20 January 2021

http://dx.doi.org/10.34785/J011.2021.464

Abstract
  As it is shown in many recent research, developing evaluation of urban design projects from the design, economic, and social point of views, such projects have failed to accomplish their stated goals. Theoretically, this appears to be the result of a theory-practice dichotomy in urban Knowledge. In this ...  Read More

Urban Design
2. Functional explanation and identification of values of river‏ ‏‎ oriented public places from the ‎perspective of urban design (Case studies: Ardebil, Isfahan, Ahwaz, Rasht) ‎

Seyed Mojtaba Safdarnejad; Seyed Abdolhadi Daneshpour; Mostafa Behzadfar

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 13 January 2020

http://dx.doi.org/10.34785/J011.2021.532

Abstract
  Objectives: The rivers, through their various roles and functions, have various values and qualities ‎for humans and human habitats, and directly or indirectly, impact on the quality of life of human ‎beings. Lifestyle changes in societies, unawareness of rivers dimensions, and one-dimensional ...  Read More

Urban Management
3. Identifying Technology Acceptance Constructs in Municiplity by the Grounded Theory Method

sharifeh sargolzaei; mahmoud mohamdi; Reza Mokhtari. M.A.; Gholam Reza Shiran

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 13 January 2020

http://dx.doi.org/10.34785/J011.2021.874

Abstract
  Following the introduction of the concept of smart city, the development of the application of new technologies in urban management and planning has been widely pursued by many organizations. Many research projects have been undertaken to identify constructs of acceptance and application of technology. ...  Read More

Urban Planning
4. Identification of Factors Influencing Land Readjustment Process in Urban Distressed Areas (Case study: Shiraz City)

fahimeh Namvar Haghighi Shirazi Fard; khalil Hajipour; Amir Hosein Shabani; mahmoud mohammadi

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 14 January 2020

http://dx.doi.org/10.34785/J011.2022.915

Abstract
  In recent decades the increasing growth and development of cities have transformed agricultural lands,increased urban services costs and led urban expansion. Also, the deterioration of urban neighborhoods and suburbs due to the lack of willingness of people to live in these neighborhoods, the decline ...  Read More

Urban Planning
5. A post-implementation assessment of flagship developments impacts on urban neighborhoods: Case study, of Godal- Mosalla neighborhood, Yazd city, Iran

Mohammad Mehdi Azizi; Bahare Bahra

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 14 January 2020

http://dx.doi.org/10.34785/J011.2021.172

Abstract
  Abstract: Urban development with the development of inner neighborhoods is an attempt to restore urban life to the deteriorated areas of cities. In order to facilitate this process, planning and implementation of flagship development has been considered as one of the policies used to urban neighborhoods ...  Read More

Urban Scape
6. Explaining the relation model of urban views and the desirability of emotional responses of Sanandaj citizens with the grounded theory approach

Mohammad Azad Ahmadi; Mehrdad Karimimoshaver; Saeid Alitajer

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 15 January 2020

http://dx.doi.org/10.34785/J011.2021.416

Abstract
  The appearance of a city can, to a large extent, influence the creation of good or bad feelings depending on the structure and characteristics of the physical elements of the city. Citizens will remember a city with an image of urban spaces, especially its streets and squares, or some views, and it is ...  Read More

Urban Ecology
7. The Impact of Urban microclimates on Environmental Comfort in Public open spaces (Shohada sq. in Mashhad)

Siamak Shakibaei; Sanaz saeedi

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 11 March 2020

http://dx.doi.org/10.34785/J011.2021.434

Abstract
  The quality of designing public open spaces as a resort for leisure has an important role in the satisfaction of individuals. Feelings of pleasure and satisfaction will occur when a person has reached a relative level of physical and mental (environmental comfort) and is free from constraints. Also one ...  Read More

Urban Scape
8. Evaluation of the Urban Squares Scape Using "Simon Bell Landscape Analysis Technique" (Case Study: Qom's Imam Khomeini Square)

Bahador Zamani; Shirin Eslami

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 26 March 2020

http://dx.doi.org/10.34785/J011.2021.247

Abstract
  Townscape is a complex phenomenon in physical and perceptual terms of the environment being created by various layers of form, function, and meaning through the interaction with the human mind and playing an important role in promoting the visual and perceptual capabilities of urban spaces; Although ...  Read More

Urban Architecture
9. Explaining the relationship between the factors affecting the quality of the public outdoor spaces in promoting the socialization of the environment

nazanin dehnad; Jamaledin Mahdinejad; BAGHER KARIMI

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 26 March 2020

http://dx.doi.org/10.34785/J011.2021.519

Abstract
  The success of public spaces depends on the extent to which it is used and the human presence. The place has always been associated with human existence and it has created some kind of interaction in place, leading to the formation social relationships and the socialization of the public outdoor spaces. ...  Read More

Urban Sustainability
10. The Effect of Traditional and Modern Urban Morphology Patterns on Wind Flow and its Interactions with the Efficient Energy Approach (Case Study: Shahr Esfahan)

Zahra Babaei frooshani; Yones Changalvaiee

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 01 April 2020

http://dx.doi.org/10.34785/J011.2021.781

Abstract
  In this study, wind data from Isfahan Meteorological Station in the mean warmest day (30 July) and coldest day (30 January) of the year 1396 for CFD studies on wind distribution in three urban configurations (traditional, raster and high-resolution discrete). ) At the local scale that represent the general ...  Read More

Urban Ecology
11. The Effect of Urban Block Geometry on Outdoor Thermal Comfort in the Cold Climate of Iran (Case Study: Hamedan City)

Yaser Khoshbakht; Hossein Medi; Maryam Azmoodeh

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 27 May 2020

http://dx.doi.org/10.34785/J011.2021.598

Abstract
  The importance of finding urban open spaces in sustainable cities and striving to improve the quality of urban environments and increasing the activity of open urban spaces, it is imperative to develop efficient urban design approaches consistent with climate. Local micro-climates affect the thermal ...  Read More

Urban Planning
12. Investigation the relationship between physical urban environmental Quality and Perceived Stress of Citizen (Case study: Isfahan City)

Seyed Reza Azadeh; Jamal Mohammadi; Hamid Taher Neshat Doost

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 27 May 2020

http://dx.doi.org/10.34785/J011.2021.954

Abstract
  ObjectivesThere are growing concerns, worldwide, about interdependencies between city life and mental well-being. Perceived stress is one of the mental disorders induced by urbanization. Today, the built environment and neighborhood's quality in which residents live, is realized as the main source of ...  Read More

Urban Planning
13. Identification and Prioritization to Environmental Quality Indicators in Coastal Areas

Mojtaba Rafieian; golkou giahhchi

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 01 June 2020

http://dx.doi.org/10.34785/J011.2021.284

Abstract
  The beaches and surrounding areas have always been of interest to human societies. This can be attributed to the existence of two territories of land and water in these areas, which leads to the creation of competitive advantages in the social, economic, physical and other aspects. The considerable demand ...  Read More

Urban Architecture
14. Investigating the Effect of Contextualism on Spatial Resilience in Tabriz Historical Bazaar with a Focus on Spatial Capabilities

Raheleh Abdollahi; Islam Karami; Ahad Nejad Ebrahini; Leila Rahimi

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 13 July 2020

Abstract
  Objectives: The lack of resilience of some contemporary spaces and the release of such buildings against disorders is a serious problem in the structure of contemporary cities, which has had many consequences in the field of urban planning. The short life span of the space seems to be modifiable due ...  Read More

Urban Planning
15. Street Renaissance, an explanation of the re-reading of the social life of the central part of Zanjan

isa piri; Leila Hashemi

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 15 July 2020

http://dx.doi.org/10.34785/J011.2021.932

Abstract
  The present study is based on a dialectical approach, hermeneutic interpretation of the street renaissance as a tool in achieving renaissance strategies and human planning programs focused on improving the quality of biosocial life and improving the daily lives of citizens in urban areas. This study ...  Read More

Urban Architecture
16. Architectural Quality and Improving Quality of Life in Residential Complexes; the Effect on Residents' Health Status

malihe taghipour; aliakbar heidari

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 05 September 2020

Abstract
  Disregarding the quality factor when designing and architecting living complexes, besides rapid urbanization, has created numerous problems for residents, including decreased quality of life (QoL), and even threatened health status. This paper aims at evaluating architectural quality, QoL, and health ...  Read More

Slum Settlements
17. Incremental housing as a strategy in upgrading housing in informal settlements; Chabahar as the case study

Alireza Nazarnia; Leila Zare; Fariborz Dolatabadi

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 09 September 2020

http://dx.doi.org/10.34785/J011.2021.809

Abstract
  Informal settlement, as a result of rapid urbanization, created in or outside of formal and illegal skirts of cities. These areas are mostly settlement of rural migrants or poor urban dwellers. Inefficiency in housing supply system and instability the economic aspect of housing in market of cities are ...  Read More

Urban Architecture
18. Analysis of aspects of the concept of participation in the process of designing public spaces

Sevda Norozi; Ali Javan Forouzandeh

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 26 September 2020

Abstract
  Paying attention to the participation of public space users in the process of architectural design is one of the important points. In recent years, this issue has been considered by many researchers and designers of this type of space, and in practical examples, at three levels of design, planning and ...  Read More

Urban Planning
19. Analysis of project stakeholders communication in an urban non-level intersection in Urmia using the power and interest matrix and social network analysis

Hani Arbabi; Siyamak Alishahi; Mohammad-Hosein Sobhiyah; Sahar Taheripour

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 05 October 2020

Abstract
  Urban development projects have many different opponents due to their direct relationship with the people of the city as well as other stakeholders, and it is key to pay attention to stakeholder management in their success. In this regard, accurate and complete identification of stakeholders and identification ...  Read More

Urban Sustainability
20. Evaluating the effects Urban planning Principles on Outdoor Thermal comfort with emphasis on Wind flow through Large Eddy Simulation; case study: Isfahan row housing models

Samaneh Heidari; Golnaz Mortezaei

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 05 October 2020

http://dx.doi.org/10.34785/J011.2021.988

Abstract
  Along with the rapid growth of urbanization and the issues of global warming, environmental pollution, the urban heat island, and climate change, thermal comfort has become one of the most influential factors in adapting the design of climate-related urban open spaces. Today, the high temperature in ...  Read More

21. Hybridizing ethnography and grounded theory: a method for research in urban studies

parvin partovi; maryam farash khiabani

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 07 October 2020

http://dx.doi.org/10.34785/J011.2021.414

Abstract
  In the last few decades, the use of the qualitative approach has become common in other academic disciplines besides the humanities. Meanwhile, urban studies and its related fields, as an interdisciplinary knowledge, have adopted many of these methods. Ethnography and grounded theory were among the most ...  Read More

Urban Planning
22. Explaining the role of social status of the neighborhood in the tendency to regeneration it by applying the model of structural equations (case study :the middle texture of Arak)

fatemah esmaeilpoor; mohammadhosein saraei; najma esmaeilpoor

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 12 October 2020

http://dx.doi.org/10.34785/J011.2021.840

Abstract
  There has been a segregation of the living space of different classes in cities in relation to their socio-economic base throughout history and in all geographical areas of the world. The urban ecology perspective distinguishes cities from the three aspects of "socio-economic base", "family base" and ...  Read More

Urban Architecture
23. Investigating the Components affecting Sociability in Residential Complexes using privacy-preserving approach (Case Study: sheshsad Dastgah Residential Complex in Mashhad)

Mohammad Ebrahim Mazhari; sahar borhanifar; Vida Taghvaei; behzad vasigh; Reza Ashrafzadeh

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 21 October 2020

Abstract
  In residential complexes, securing privacy in its two main dimensions, namely family privacy and privacy, are prioritized as effective components in ensuring the security and tranquility of residents.In fact, people's attitudes toward privacy are part of their socialization process. In order to establish ...  Read More

Urban Planning
24. Effect of Perceived Residential Environmental Index on Continuous Social Interaction in Bagh Shater Neighborhoods

mohammad hasan saeedi motlagh; naser barati

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 24 October 2020

http://dx.doi.org/10.34785/J011.2021.617

Abstract
  IntroductionThe quality of perception of the residential environment as a tool for urban planners to improve and organize the environment, have the ability to provide the necessary context for the formation and promotion of social interaction. The tasks of neighborhood units and neighborhoods can be ...  Read More

Urban Design
25. Explaining the Design Factors Affecting the creation of Nightlife in Urban Space .... Case study: Kashani St., Yazd....

Azadeh Alizadeh; samaneh khosravaninezhad; Mohammad Falahati; reza akbari

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 19 November 2020

http://dx.doi.org/10.34785/J011.2021.670

Abstract
  Cities are changing in the contemporary world and the most important tools for this transformation is time component and synthesis it with culture, art and technology to reproduction of urban spaces. The result is the concept of nightlife and urban night spaces. Due to the importance of time in contemporary ...  Read More

Urban Sustainability
26. The role of sister city in creating sustainable income of municipalities (with ism approach)

seyed abdollah hakimi

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 23 November 2020

http://dx.doi.org/10.34785/J011.2021.322

Abstract
  Achieving a sustainable model of financial resources to meet in the current and development costs of the city is one of the most important factors of urban sustainability, which provides the opportunity to invest in the city's infrastructure development system. One of the most important factors in recent ...  Read More

Urban Economy
27. An Analysis of the Conflict of Interests in the State as a Responsible for Urban Spatial Planning

Mostafa Hosseinabadi; Mohammad Hossein Sharifzadegan

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 23 November 2020

http://dx.doi.org/10.34785/J011.2021.810

Abstract
  Urban spatial planning is a collective and social action related to decisions relevant to the social use of land; it means an action that is done by the people's elected state. Thus, the state is seen as an institution that seeks to realize the public interest and compensate for market failures through ...  Read More

Islamic- Iranian Cities
28. Modeling the Semantic Regulation parameters of Sari Historical Tissue Alleys

Rasoul Abdi; mehdi saedvandi; Abdolmajid Nourtaghani

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 25 November 2020

http://dx.doi.org/10.34785/J011.2021.412

Abstract
  The purpose of this study was to identify the semantic components of semantic order of alleys in the historical context of Sari and to show the relationships between them in the form of a proposed model. The selection of alleys in the historical core of Sari as the subject of research has been due to ...  Read More

Urban Planning
29. Scenario of physical and functional effects of Shandiz tourism city development

Mozhgan Sabet Teimouri; ali alizadeh Zoeram; sajedeh baghban

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 26 November 2020

http://dx.doi.org/10.34785/J011.2021.461

Abstract
  The city of Shandiz in the province of Khorasan Razavi is one of the tourism destinations of the province because of its various tourist attractions. Hence, the analysis of Shandiz tourism activities is necessary for sustainable tourism development. The formation and expansion of tourism in the city ...  Read More

Urban Scape
30. The effect of the visual elements of the murals of Tehran Metro Station on the perceptual-visual desirability from the viewpoint of citizens, professionals and artists

Bahador Zamani; Faranak Kabiri; alireza khajeh ahmad attari

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 02 December 2020

Abstract
  As the subway stations are the public spaces of cities, their frontages including public artworks, especially murals, are taken into account as parts of the urban townscape. The artworks of the frontages can provide a medium for interaction playing the role of visual communication system among the artwork, ...  Read More

Urban Architecture
31. The Role Of Spatial Organization On increasing The Number Of Open spaces Sociability Of Residential Complexes

sara Mohebinejad; Khosro Movahed; malihe taghipour

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 03 December 2020

http://dx.doi.org/10.34785/J011.2022.754

Abstract
  Different factors affect the sociability of the environment, such as social, financial and objective factors.The purpose of this study is to investigate the role of spatial organization on increasing the number of open spaces sociability of residential complexes.In this regard, open spaces between residential ...  Read More

Urban Architecture
32. The effect of general characteristics of third places on social interactions. Case study: Cafes of Tabriz.

farnaz dibazar; Sahar Toofan; Siroors Jamali; nima valizadeh

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 03 December 2020

http://dx.doi.org/10.34785/J011.2021.806

Abstract
  Third places are a successful example of public places and their special characteristics play an important role in the quality of urban life. Social interactions are a vital factor in the well-being of society. Therefore, it is necessary to design and create third places where cafes are a prominent example. ...  Read More

Urban Architecture
33. Investigating the Influence Quality of Inputs on bazaar Attendance (Case Study: Shiraz Traditional Market)

maliheh taghipour; maryam bagheri

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 13 December 2020

Abstract
  The attendance of people in a public space overshadows many issues, including issues that have multilateral links with economic, cultural, social and other areas. The first spark needed to be in the place comes from the entrances of that place to the mind. So one of the most basic expectations that can ...  Read More

Urban Sustainability
34. An Investigation of the Role of Geometry and open Air City Space on the Thermal Comfort and Environmental Quality (Case Study: Historical Context of Kashan).

karen fatahi; nazanin nasrullahi; maryam ansarimanesh; jamal khodakarami; ali emranipour

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 27 December 2020

http://dx.doi.org/10.34785/J011.2021.138

Abstract
  Open space between buildings is central in creating sense of safty, mental comfort and in developing social interaction among inhabitants. proportion and geometrical balance as well as circumstantial and environmental aspect are of vital importance for creating an eye – catching view for apartment ...  Read More

Urban Management
35. Public Acceptability of congestion charging schemes: the case of Tehran (2018-19)

sara vosoughi; Behnaz Aminzadeh

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 27 December 2020

Abstract
  Abstract:Congestion charging schemes implement in an increasing number of cities as a way of reducing traffic congestion and air pollution. Studies show that public acceptability plays a crucial role in the success of the schemes. According to the researcher’s findings, the factors influencing public ...  Read More

Urban Planning
36. A model for the development of cultural tourism in kurdistan province

mehdi karoubi; Mohammad Taghi Taghavifard; soran ahmadizad

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 03 January 2021

Abstract
  Tourism is one of the biggest, largest and fastest industry in the world which causes increasing of income, employment and investment in more countries. Tourism development as a cultural event causes effective interaction between tourists and destination to realize and respect each other better.in fact ...  Read More

Urban Planning
37. Typology of Knowledge-Based Spaces

Mostafa Dehghani; Gholamreza Haghighat Naeini; Esfandiar Zebardast

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 03 January 2021

http://dx.doi.org/10.34785/J011.2021.357

Abstract
  Today, due to the need to use effective, open and participatory innovative solutions and use ICT capabilities to create sustainable life in cities and respond to the wants and needs of citizens, Gradually, different types of concepts have been formed under the title of knowledge-based spaces with different ...  Read More

Urban Design
38. Investigating the effect of urban signs on routing children in a case study of Sajjad neighborhood of Mashhad

shima abedi; Sanaz saeedi

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 31 January 2021

http://dx.doi.org/10.34785/J011.2022.970

Abstract
  According to experts in psychology and sociology, childhood is very important in the development of personality and social health of society. Wayfinding is the ability to identify location and reach a destination, moving in space environments. This issue is very important for children who usually do ...  Read More

Islamic- Iranian Cities
39. Determining the acoustical behavior and desirability of the soundscapes of the Rasteh-Bazaars of Tabriz Bazaar based on objective and subjective assessments

Abbas Ghaffari; Morteza Mirgholami; Bita Shafaei

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 09 February 2021

http://dx.doi.org/10.34785/J011.2021.714

Abstract
  Soundscape is a field of urban studies that deals with the quality of heard and perceived sound in urban spaces. Numerous characteristics affect the quality of soundscapes of urban spaces that the acoustical behavior of the space is one of the influential factors which depends on the environmental characteristics ...  Read More

Urban Scape
40. Construction, validation and standardization of questionnaire for security in urban parks based on user’s' preference

soudabeh gholipour; Jamaloddin Mahdinezhad; Bahram Saleh Sedghpour

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 18 February 2021

http://dx.doi.org/10.34785/J011.2021.513

Abstract
  Objectives:Environmental security as one of the most important components of environmental quality plays an important role in the use of urban spaces. In fact, the feeling of fear and lack of security in urban environments and consequently in parks has become a problem in today's societies. Many factors ...  Read More

Slum Settlements
41. Evaluation of the pattern of spontaneous settlements in connection with the structure of inhabitants' life (Case Study: Northern Zone Settlements in Tabriz)

Maryam Soleimani; minoo gharehbaglou

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 18 February 2021

http://dx.doi.org/10.34785/J011.2021.115

Abstract
  One of the particular factors in spontaneous settlements in suburban areas is the behavioural patterns in residents' life and related daily activities that will affect the shape of the housing. Paying attention to the life structure and its effect on the formation of the architecture are topics that ...  Read More

Urban Planning
42. Environmental Impact Assessment of Large Commercial Complexes in Metropolises Using RIAM and EMP, Case Study of Arg Commercial Center

Soroush Khalili; Jamileh Tavakolinia; Naghmeh Mobarghei Dinan; Hamid Soltaninejad

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 25 February 2021

http://dx.doi.org/10.34785/J011.2021.973

Abstract
  In recent decades, spatial changes due to the expansion of commercial use in cities have doubled the role of spatial planning in the city. If large commercial centers are not located and built in the proper places of the city, they will create numerous environmental problems. Arg commercial center of ...  Read More

Urban Planning
43. Scale analysis of urban regeneration projects and its effects on the quality of life of residents with emphasis on the Iran experience

majid rousta; mohamad Soleimani; mozafar sarafi; mojtaba rafiyan

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 11 March 2021

Abstract
  One of the most important challenges of today's metropolises is the existence of unhealthy and poor urban neighborhoods in the peripheries areas. A set of regeneration policies and plans to meet such a challenge over the twentieth century has sought to create a better quality of life for residents ...  Read More

Slum Settlements
44. ow-income urban housing policies from the era of constructive government

Maryam Sajjadi Asl; , Jamileh tavakolinia; Ghourchi, Morteza; Mozaffar Sarrafi

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 01 April 2021

Abstract
  Providing housing in developing countries for urban low-income groups is one of the most important challenges to achieving development. In Iran, various policies have been adopted to provide housing for the low-income groups; But so far no attempt has been made to develop suitable housing types for these ...  Read More

Urban Sustainability
45. Content analysis and comparative study of urban planning programs in the world and Iran with a sustainable development approach, with emphasis on master's courses

Mohammad Mehdi Azizi; samaneh khosravani nezhad

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 14 April 2021

Abstract
  Changing the attitude of the urban planning discipline from the of growth to sustainability paradigm, due to the inefficiency of the discipline and profession in response to environmental concerns affected by the inflamed context of the second half of the twentieth century around the world; shaped the ...  Read More

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