Citizenship participation level in city services improvement (case study: zone 6 in Tehran)

Ahmadi, Abbas; Parsa, Rahman
May 2014
Advances in Natural & Applied Sciences;May2014, Vol. 8 Issue 5, p589
Academic Journal
Providing suitable services will be a good situation for application in many fields such as social, economical and cultural. These applications usually provide a satisfaction for citizens. The welfare and satisfaction in every society is depending on this fact that all of the people would feel they are participating in society common events and never have left alone. Citizenship participation is a key factor for the societies that wish to be developing. This participation acts as a device to reach the goal of human development. The level of citizen's participation depends on several factors: citizenship awareness and citizenship satisfaction and .... This paper has studied the level of citizenship participation and the relationship between citizenship participation and factors affected that by them to improve city cervices and analyzing such matters. This research has done in a descriptive, analytical method and we use a questioner. The population of interest was Zone 6 of Tehran. The sampling was done randomly and the samples were estimated by Kokran model. The results showed that there was a meaningful relationship between citizenship participation and educational level, sex, marital status, awareness, satisfaction level and citizenship duties but there wasn't any relationship with age.


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