Rural Planning
1. Rural livelihood resilience (case study of villages around Lake Urmia within the city of Urmia)

mahbob babae; Hamid jalalian; Hasan afrakhtehh

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

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/gp.2021.41837.2708

Abstract
  During the last two decades, the villages around Lake Urmia have undergone fundamental changes both in terms of agricultural income and population structure due to the decrease in the water level of the lake and the limitation of agricultural water abstraction. The aim of this study was to identify the ...  Read More

Rural Planning
2. Analysis of five subsistence assets in rural communities (Case study: Dare Shahr villages)

Zainab Rahimi; Mehdi Karami Dehkordi

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 12 July 2021

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/gp.2021.44241.2766

Abstract
  Sustainable livelihood approach is one of the new approaches in sustainable rural development that has been considered to reduce poverty and rural development. Sustaining the sustainable livelihood of the villagers in today's world is one of the priorities that should use the various assets (natural, ...  Read More

Rural Planning
3. Investigating the affecting factors on farmers’ adaptation intention towards climate change in Marvdasht Township: The combination of Protection Motivation and Cultural theories

Mansour Ghanian; Omid M. Ghoochani; latif mohammadzadeh

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 16 July 2021

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/gp.2021.41703.2700

Abstract
  This study tried to analyze the affecting factors on the adaptation and intention of farmers towards climate change among farmers using the two theories of Protection Motivation and Cultural Values. The statistical population of this study was the farmers of Marvdasht Township in Fars province from which ...  Read More

Rural Planning
4. Application of stakeholder analysis in designing the framework and identifying priorities for organizing land use in the south basin of Urmia Lake

Mansour Ghanian; latif mohammadzadeh; Afshin Marzban; Somayeh Shadkam

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 26 July 2021

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/gp.2021.44820.2798

Abstract
  This study, with a sociological approach, attempted to analyzing the behavior of users in the field of land use planning in the south basin of Urmia Lake. Hence, this research was closed in 2 steps. First, to understand the farmers' behavior, a survey research will conduct. The research statistical ...  Read More

Rural Planning
5. The role of human driving forces of tourism entrepreneurship in sustainable rural development (Case study: villages of Filestan rural district)

masoumeh pazoki

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

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/gp.2021.44892.2801

Abstract
  An important part of the economic activities of tourism destination villages is related to tourism and entrepreneurship in this field. Entrepreneurship in the field of tourism and the use of natural and man-made capacities depend on the availability of human drivers. The present study was conducted to ...  Read More

Rural Planning
6. Analysis of temporal and spatial variations of time series of droughts based on satellite images of terra and index (Spi) in the Zagros region with emphasis on the economic performance of rural communities

Zahra Arabi; Rezvan Ghorbani salkhord; yosef darvishi

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 08 September 2021

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/gp.2021.44939.2803

Abstract
  One of the methods of studying, monitoring and zoning drought using meteorological indicators and remote sensing techniques is in recent years, The purpose of this study is to evaluate remote sensing indicators such as vegetation health index, vegetation status and temperature index in order to detect ...  Read More

Rural Planning
7. Investigating the factors influencing the implementation of participatory urban governance (NBN program) in District 2 of Tabriz metropolitan

forough andesta; shahrivar rostaei

Volume 25, Issue 76 , Summer 2021, , Pages 43-55

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/gp.2021.10837

Abstract
  Introduction The expansion of urbanization and the problems resulting from urban life have made it increasingly necessary to pay attention to useful strategies and solutions to optimize the lives of citizens. With the introduction of democratic concepts and approaches over the last decades, new patterns ...  Read More

Rural Planning
8. The Role of Rural Transport in the Economic Dimensions of Rural Development Case Study: Kalkhouran District - Ardabil City

kuomars khodapanah

Volume 25, Issue 76 , Summer 2021, , Pages 99-112

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/gp.2020.41566.2691

Abstract
  Introduction Transport is one of the most important activities and an essential component of the economy, which plays an important role in establishing spatial relationships between different locations and, like many existing networks, comprises a set of locations and links that represent inter-location ...  Read More

Rural Planning
9. Social capital and a sense of investor security in rural areas (case: Rice factories, Some’sara county)

Samira Mahmoudi; Seyedeh Fatemeh Emami

Volume 25, Issue 76 , Summer 2021, , Pages 261-278

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/gp.2021.40764.2653

Abstract
  Introduction Global goals such as the sustainable development of the United Nations as well as the requirements and commitments of the private sector such as supply chains sustainably manner cause growing demand for sustainable investment opportunities in the food and agriculture sectors. Thus, the ...  Read More

Rural Planning
10. Examining the effect of rural roads expansion on the rural poverty index in Iranian provinces

habib aghajani; saeedeh cheshmaloos

Volume 25, Issue 75 , Spring 2021, , Pages 17-33

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/gp.2021.39065.2593

Abstract
  Introduction Poverty means the inability to meet one's basic needs and necessities of life such as food, clothing, housing, etc. The concept of basic needs varies based on time and place, and it includes the minimum needs to survive with an average standard of living. Poverty limits human development ...  Read More

Rural Planning
11. Analysis of Sustainable Development Level Based on Information and Communication Technology in Rural Areas (Case study: Jiroft County)

Mohsen Aghayari Hir; Mohammad Zaheri; Hossein Karimzadeh; reza talebifard

Volume 25, Issue 75 , Spring 2021, , Pages 35-49

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/gp.2021.36670.2517

Abstract
  Introduction Sustainable rural development based on information and communication technology can be realized as the enjoyment and use of ICT in the area of public services’ support, general management, and interaction between the planners and the rural community and it has to cause contingent participation ...  Read More

Rural Planning
12. Rural Hosting Model in Creative Tourism; Tourism Target Villages of Isfahan Province

Yousef ghanbari; Razieh Rahimi; hamid barghi

Volume 25, Issue 75 , Spring 2021, , Pages 193-205

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/gp.2021.12788

Abstract
  Introduction According to villagers' perspective on creative tourism, the common definition is that local residents should be proud of the creative space of the village, accept active participation in tourism development programs, and have an appropriate hospitality with regard to tourism. The purpose ...  Read More

Rural Planning
13. Explain the role of spatial factors in establishing the optimal model of rural service centers, Case of rural areas of Tarom city

saeid nasire zare; vahid riahei

Volume 25, Issue 75 , Spring 2021, , Pages 261-278

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/gp.2020.39697.2614

Abstract
  Introduction Inequality in access to and distribution of services is common in most rural and urban areas of developing countries. This leads to spatial displacement and mass migration of rural groups to cities in the hope of having a variety of facilities and more suitable living facilities. Given this ...  Read More

Rural Planning
14. Investigating the factors influencing the Reverse Migration from Tabriz metropolis to the Suburbs and adjoining villages

Ali Azar; ghorban Mahboubi; Mahsa Salahi Ranbari

Volume 24, Issue 74 , Winter 2021, , Pages 29-41

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/gp.2021.39176.2597

Abstract
  Introduction   One of the emerging phenomena of modern urbanization that has had a significant impact on various problems in metropolitan areas is the reverse migration from urban to villages locating in the suburbs of the cities. The continuation of reverse migration has reduced life quality and ...  Read More

Rural Planning
15. Effective Factors in Providing a development visioning plan in the Hezarjarib rural Area

vahid riahi; Farhad Azizpour; zari ghasemian

Volume 24, Issue 72 , Summer 2020, , Pages 267-291

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/gp.2020.10857

Abstract
  Introduction: In each country, Development in rural areas requires coherent planning and coordination that Derived from the dominant ideology and accepted by the Stakeholders of development.  Studies have shown that in many countries, particularly in developed and even developing countries visioning ...  Read More

Rural Planning
16. The Consequences of Tourism Development on Empowerment of Communities in Rural Areas (Case study: villages of central district of Natanz)

Sedighe Kiani salmai; Saeed Abbasian,

Volume 24, Issue 71 , Spring 2020, , Pages 367-339

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/gp.2020.10543

Abstract
  Introduction In rural areas, tourism as one of the most popular forms of tourism can, lead to economic growth and the diversification of rural activities, on the other hand, by attracting human resource surpluses, to create employment and generate income for villagers, thus giving them an opportunity ...  Read More

Rural Planning
17. Analysis of the network of milk production using the network analysis approach: rural settlements of Hashtrood and Charaymaq areas

asadollah heidari; Mostafa Taleshei

Volume 23, Issue 70 , Winter 2020, , Pages 189-206

Abstract
  One of the consequences of the instability of Settlement System in local- regional spaces is the functional - spatial disability of  rural and urban settlements in the in creating the settlement connection through a effective spatial network. In many of the geographical areas in the country, the ...  Read More

Rural Planning
18. The evaluation of amount of realization of approved usages managing plans and their adaption in implementation phase of project. (Case study; Villages of Khaf County)

Aliakbar Anabestani; Mohammad Jvansheri; Omolbanein Harati

Volume 23, Issue 70 , Winter 2020, , Pages 249-277

Abstract
  Todays, rural managing plans are the most important tools of the management of rural development. After more than three decades, from the beginning of the implementation of such plans in rural areas of the country and to acquire experience, it is necessary to know that such plans for rural community ...  Read More

Rural Planning
19. Review the position of supporting local communities in tourism development and its impact on sustainable livelihoods villages in the border Township Chabahar

eslam beshkar; javad bazr afshan; mehrshad toulabi nejad

Volume 23, Issue 69 , Autumn 2019, , Pages 41-64

Abstract
  Local community support in tourism development is an important factor for community-based management and tourism marketing; and play a crucial role in developing tourism and, therefore, households’ livelihoods. The aim of this study is to evaluate the local community supporting of coastal tourism ...  Read More

Rural Planning
20. Effective factors on the increase place belonging and Durability of youth in rural environments (case study: Fazl county of Neyshabur)

hamdollah sajasi geidari; reyhaneh saadati

Volume 23, Issue 69 , Autumn 2019, , Pages 105-126

Abstract
  Rural youth migration can Underlie different economic, social and ecological crisis in both migration origin and destinations. Increase Satisfaction of life, considered as an important way to reduce the rate of youth migration. Accordingly; the present study aimed to investigate the affecting factors ...  Read More

Rural Planning
21. Identifying and providing solutions for optimal drinking water management (A Case study; villages of Tabriz county)

Mohammad Zaheri; Mousa Vaezi; akbar Esmaili; habil khorrami; tohid ahmadi

Volume 23, Issue 69 , Autumn 2019, , Pages 143-173

Abstract
  Considering the importance of drinking water in the rural areas, identifying and paying more attention to the factors concerning wasteful and improper consumption of water would be an appropriate approach to pinpoint the hazardous risks in this regard. This article, investigates the status of drinking ...  Read More

Rural Planning
22. Analysis of attitudes and expectations of villagers from public spaces in order to improve the quality of vitality, Case study: Dehdasht gharbi Village, Kohgiluyeh Township

ahmad roumiani; Tahere saddlebag; Soroush Sanaei Moghaddam

Volume 23, Issue 68 , Summer 2019, , Pages 135-156

Abstract
  Public places in villages are belonging to all the people and they are built to provide needs of having relationship among people. That’s why nowadays these kinds of places must have a great role in planning of rural areas and by that they would be able to improve the level of happiness and wealth ...  Read More

Rural Planning
23. Investigating factor influencing on immigration tendency among rural people of Zabol County

Gholamhossein Abdollahzadeh; alireza azhdar por; mohammad sharif sharif zadeh

Volume 23, Issue 67 , Spring 2019, , Pages 173-195

Abstract
  This research aimed to identify factor influencing on immigration decision among rural people of Zabol County. Descriptive analytical research method based on questionnaire survey was used. The target population includes 26034 of rural households in Zabol County, and using Cochran formula 170 households ...  Read More

Rural Planning
24. The Relationship between Rural Poverty and the Rate of Referral to Health Centers (Case Study: Sabzevar County)

Aliakbar Anabestani; Lida Alizadeh

Volume 23, Issue 67 , Spring 2019, , Pages 223-243

Abstract
  The realization of health requires a healthy environment and appropriate social, cultural, economic and environmental conditions, so that the understanding of the nature and dimensions of health and its determinants and effects on the one hand, and action to promote it in rural areas on the other hand ...  Read More

Rural Planning
25. The role of rural managers Awareness Level of Rules and Regulations in Enhancement of Desirable Rural Management The Case: Tarome Olya Township

Seyed Ali Badri; Masoud Anbarlo; zahra malek jafariyan

Volume 22, Issue 66 , Winter 2019, , Pages 67-94

Abstract
  Rural managers and study of their performance in rural development is one the important topics of rural management. Using public cooperation and participation, rural managers have attempted to eliminate pubic needs, collect garbage, provide public services, and develop pathways. Choosing and explaining ...  Read More