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Assessment of Satisfaction from Quality of Life in Small Towns with Fuzzy Approach
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Introduction: The process of industrialization and rapid growth during the last half century cause a sharp difference between urban and rural quality of life in less developed countries, including Iran, to resolve problems and respond to the needs of the negative effects of living in rural and urban settlements has pursued several policies that are most important to the creation and development of small towns.

 

Method: Experts pay attention quality of life as livability, welfare, social welfare, happiness, satisfaction. Proponents of the theory of the development of small towns provided that if needs achieved in small towns migration routes have changed and in smaller towns instead of big cities will be the final destination of rural migrants.

 

Results: The result of the research is the economic and social dimensions respectively are in average satisfaction index of 504/0 and 484/0 expressing satisfaction level is relatively undesirable. Pooled results showed that satisfaction with the quality of life in the settlements studied in the time before the city is located in a relatively unfavorable, coefficient of 489/0, 480/0 were obtained in cities of Banak and Bordekhun relatively. But in time after city the satisfaction level enhanced to the appropriate and the coefficients of the Banak and Bordekhun 698/0 and 704/0 was obtained respectively.

 

Discussion: In most developing countries, due to the decentralized policies in settlement system for make balance in the land, adopted different strategies in the population distribution and urbanization such as inhibiting the abnormal growth of large cities, reducing regional disparities and urban- Rural dichotomy, create new jobs, improve quality of life in urban and rural areas, reducing the rural exodus to the cities.

 
Keywords: satisfaction, quality of life, small towns, fuzzy method, Bordekhun and Banak
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Received: 2015/03/17 | Accepted: 2015/03/17 | Published: 2015/03/17
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Assessment of Satisfaction from Quality of Life in Small Towns with Fuzzy Approach. Social Welfare. 2014; 14 (54) :7-36
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Volume 14, Issue 54 (10-2014) Back to browse issues page
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