ISSN: 2717-4417
Urban Ecology
Ecosystem services in urban development plans of Arak: Facts and necessities

najme sadat mostafavi; parvin partovi; Zhara Asadolahi

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 04 September 2023

  As human-environmental systems, urban areas rely on natural ecosystems for sustainability and well-being, hence, it is necessary to include ecosystem services (ES) in planning to promote sustainable urban development. Arak as an industrial city with multiple environmental crises are still managed based ...  Read More

Combination of ethnography and grounded theory: a method for research in urban studies

maryam farash khiabani; parvin partovi

Volume 10, Issue 39 , August 2021, , Pages 15-28

  Highlights:Ethnography and Grounded theory methods each have weaknesses for urban studies.Hybridizing Ethnography and Grounded theory methods can cover inefficiencies of both methods.Grounded theory ethnography can take advantages of two methods to increase the quality of urban studies researches. IntroductionIn ...  Read More

Urban Planning
Effective factors of children’s participation in the process of preparing and implementing local planning, Case study: Sarshoor neighborhood of Mashhad

sepideh taban tarashkar; parvin partovi

Volume 8, Issue 30 , May 2019, , Pages 17-28

  Uncontrolled urban development in the present age has caused many problems that cannot be solved by traditional management and requires the participation of all citizens in the administration of urban affairs. Today, citizen participation and its application in urban planning, as one of the characteristics ...  Read More

Urban Design
Walkability Conceptual Model and Analytical Framework with the Emphasis on New Urbanism Approach (case study: 4th phase of Mehrshahr)

a t; p p

Volume 3, Issue 9 , February 2014, , Pages 81-96

  Finding a “research problem” is always considered the most difficult part in any scientific research process. What justifies a research’s significance and its necessity? Why is the invaluable factor in this research “walking” or “walkability”? The explanation ...  Read More