ISSN: 2717-4417
Slum Settlements
Application of Futuristic Approach (Informal Armature) in the Regularization of urban Spontaneous Settlements (in Sanandaj city Situation)

Kayomars Irandoost; Milad Doostvandi; Kasra Ashouri; seyed mohamad Ghanezade

Volume 11, Issue 44 , October 2022, Pages 3-16

  Highlights- Different approaches and policies have been adopted to confront spontaneous urban settlements, which have failed to stop the development process of these settlements.- The informal urban settlement needs to be politically approved in developing countries, such as Iran, as it will be involved ...  Read More

Urban Design
Evaluating the representation of urban spaces in the selected works of Iranian cinema with a focus on public spaces in Tehran

sara salehi; Hassan sajadzadeh; Mohammad Saied Izadi; kasra ketabollahi

Volume 11, Issue 44 , October 2022, Pages 17-30

  Highlights- The relationship between the city and the movies was addressed, and the cinematic sequences were evaluated.- Movie locations and the need to benefit from the diversity of urban spaces in Iran were addressed.- The streets of big cities in Iranian movies are places to pass through, not to attend. Introduction The ...  Read More

Urban Management
A Phenomenological Study of the Lived Experiences of land developer in Tehran's Building Management System

Gholamreza Kazemian; Hosein Aslipour; Arash Taqipour Akhtari

Volume 11, Issue 44 , October 2022, Pages 31-46

  Highlights - Realization of urban construction as a social construct forms a knowledge stock to mine theoretical concepts and develops the goodness of urban building governance at the same time. - One of the most important categories in the identification and comprehension of actors’ behavior ...  Read More

Urban Design
The Effects of Physical - Spatial Measures of Urban Streets on Pedestrians Emotional Responses Using EEG

Esmat Paikan; Mohammad Reza Pourjafar; Ehsan Ranjbar

Volume 11, Issue 44 , October 2022, Pages 47-62

  Highlights - The curvature in the street makes it more exciting, and greater variety in curvature causes more arousal and pleasure. - Streets with medium enclosure (1:2 and 1:1) exhibit the most desirable values of size and enclosure. - The presence of a square or a prominent building, the permeability ...  Read More

Urban Architecture
Qualitative framework for planning and designing the Shared Spaces of Residential Complexes to promot children's independence mobility: a case study of Tehran

Masoumeh Mirsafa; zeinab Talebi; Mansoureh Kianersi

Volume 11, Issue 44 , October 2022, Pages 63-78

  Highlights - Children’s Independent Mobility (CIM) is affected by their interpersonal characteristics, the social environment, and the quality of the built environment.  - Based on the Grounded Theory, childhood obesity, regulations and controlling process, and social and urban situation ...  Read More

Urban Sociology
Socio- spatial Segregation in Iran: Systematic Review and Qualitative Meta-Analysis

Narges Ghodsi; mahin nastaran; Vahid Ghasemi

Volume 11, Issue 44 , October 2022, Pages 79-94

  Highlights - A systematic classification of studies based on questions of what, why, and how with a systematic review and qualitative meta-analysis. - The importance of reviewing the phenomenon of segregation from a wide range of dimensions (physical-spatial, political-management, and socio-economic). - ...  Read More

Urban Planning
The Impact of Information and Communication Technology and the Covid-19 Pandemic on Urban Studies: A Systematic Review

Nikoo Medghalchi; Hossein Bahrainy; Mojtaba Rafieian

Volume 11, Issue 44 , October 2022, Pages 95-114

  Highlights - The development of information and communication technology is an important change that causes paradigm shift in urbanism. - The COVID pandemic emphasizes the importance of information and communication technology. - This study seeks to trace urban studies on information and communication ...  Read More

Urban Planning
Identification of the Effective Components to Improve the Quality of Urban Public Spaces for Children Regarding the Conceptual Model of the Right to the City (Case Study: Tehran)

Zahra Tamjidi; Zahra sadat saiedeh Zarabadi; Farah Habib

Volume 11, Issue 44 , October 2022, Pages 115-130

  Highlights:- The right to the city is a human right that concerns citizens’ possession of the city and their participation in city affairs, regardless of age, gender, race, nationality, ethnicity, or religion.- Children are a group of citizens who should be considered in urban planning due to their ...  Read More