TITLE

Determining the Development Level of Shirvan County in North Khorasan

AUTHOR(S)
Mayvan, Ramezanali Naderi
PUB. DATE
May 2014
SOURCE
Advances in Natural & Applied Sciences;May2014, Vol. 8 Issue 5, p583
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The development is a multidimensional process that requires fundamental changes in cultural and social structure on the one hand; and economic growth and reduction of poverty and inequality on the other hand. The intense focus and imbalance are features of the Third World and the results of polar growth policies. As a result of these policies, a limited number of regions have a key role and the other ones are marginalized. Identifying and exploring the possibilities and abilities and consequently determining the development level of regions are challenges facing to urban planning. Determining and trying to establish a reasonable balance in urban network system are effective strategies for space organizing and facilitate the sustainable development process. Hence, the general objective of this study is evaluation of the development level in Shirvan County across the North Korasanand to determine the development level of the county in terms of the development index using the latest statistics and information. To assess the development level of the counties in the North Khorasan and to determine the development level, it's been used the Numerical Taxonomy Model with 30 variables in the form of cultural, health and institutional-framework. We use descriptive-analytical method in this study. Some results of the study indicate that there are facilities and services in Bojnord (capital of North Khorasan).
ACCESSION #
97105791

 

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