ISSN: 2322-2875
Urban Planning
1. A Feasibility Study of Transfer of Development Right Approach to Provide Land for Urban Services in Shiraz
Volume 6, Issue 22 , Spring 2017, Pages 3-14

Abstract
  Today, the distribution method of urban services is one of the major requirements of urban life. However, using traditional methods of land supply for urban services in Iran (such as compulsory acquisition, dispersed incentive policies, etc.) has led to the destruction of agricultural land, gardens and ...  Read More

Urban Architecture
2. Analysis of Urban Park Space in Terms of Criminology through “Space Syntax” Technique (Case Study: Laleh Park in Tehran)

y p; A H

Volume 6, Issue 22 , Spring 2017, Pages 15-26

Abstract
  Functional quality of cumulative spaces is special to environmental and urban design. In line with improvement of functional quality of these urban places, it is important to take security elements into account. These elements include both objective and subjective indicators. The absence of these components ...  Read More

Urban Planning
3. Modeling Information Technology Adoption by Users in Capital Cities

sh s; Samad Ebrahimzadeh Sepasgozar

Volume 6, Issue 22 , Spring 2017, Pages 27-42

Abstract
  Understanding individual acceptance and technology application is one of the most mature streams of technology adoption research. There have been several theoretical models, primarily developed from theories in psychology and sociology, employed to explain technology acceptance and use. The advancement ...  Read More

Urban Planning
4. Exploring the Global Cities’ Outlook in Developing Countries: Critique of the Current Dominant Approaches toward an Alternative Conceptual Framework

Farshad Nourian; Parsa Arbab

Volume 6, Issue 22 , Spring 2017, Pages 43-58

Abstract
  This research aims to explore the outlook of global cities in developing countries through the critical analysis. Global or globalizing cities have emerged in the developing countries during the past two decades. Some of the latest cases include Bangkok, Beijing, Buenos Aires, Istanbul, Jakarta, Johannesburg, ...  Read More

Urban Sustainability
5. Evaluation of the Factors Affecting Social Sustainability Improvements and Their Impact on the Renovation of Deteriorated Areas from Resident’s Viewpoint (Case Study: Shiva Neighborhood in Tehran)

Sina Razzaghi Asl; Farzaneh Khoshghadam

Volume 6, Issue 22 , Spring 2017, Pages 59-74

Abstract
  Urban authorities and residents of urban deteriorated areas have faced many problems including, among the most important, unstable social condition of these areas. Social problems are one of the most important issues in renovation of and intervention in these kind of urban fabrics. According to the literature, ...  Read More

Slum Settlements
6. Evaluating the Components of Institutional and Social Resilience in Urban Spontaneous Settlements (Case Study: Naisar Separated Urban District in Sanandaj)

akbar mohammadi; Kasra Ashouri; mohammad bashir robati

Volume 6, Issue 22 , Spring 2017, Pages 75-88

Abstract
  Nowadays, due to different reasons such as low financial affordability, high cost of standard housing, lack of affordable land in cities (especially for a particular population), lack of scientific criteria in finding location (for housing) or in urban development, and as urban development processes ...  Read More

Urban Planning
7. Identification of spatial factors affecting pedestrsin movement in urban neighborhoods (Case Study: Nowshahr)

A K; T G

Volume 6, Issue 22 , Spring 2017, Pages 89-97

Abstract
  The issue of waking and providing suitable environments to encourage walking level has become one of the main strategies to improve quality of environment in cities. The issue is constantly attracting much more attention as it has been confirmed that walking has positive effects on citizens’ health, ...  Read More