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Azadehei M A, Khaje Salehani A. Presence of Neighborhoods and the Feeling of Social Exclusion (Case Study: Pakdasht City). refahj. 2015; 15 (59) :118-89
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Introduction: These settlements are facing a series of problems which are not limited only to the physical dimensions, but also create problems in the social and cultural aspects, leads to isolation from the mainstream of society. This article deals with the relationship between socio-cultural and economic characteristics of the residence and "feeling of social exclusion".
Method: Results have been achieved using the survey method and through multi-stage cluster sampling method, through interviews with 300 young people from 15 to 29 years old from the most favorable areas to less favorable localities Pakdasht.
Findings: Youth living in Pakdasht neighborhood average evaluation of presence of neighborhood as is relatively inappropriate. These cultural and social values with the greatest determination in a high presence (appropriate evaluation) down presence (bad evaluation) from neighborhoods. More than half of people felt that they are living in neighborhoods stigmatized. An average feeling of social exclusion has been the case in the middle. This means that people living in Pakdasht, social exclusion were relatively feeling.
Discussion: What brings a feeling of social exclusion not directly their evaluation of presence of neighborhoods (socio-cultural values of trilogy, the physical and economic); but this evaluation is more effective when be accompanied with a sense of stigma of people to their neighborhoods; this means that until the evaluation is not associated with a feeling of stigma, found that feeling less social exclusion. Thus it can be said probably it is not so important that people evaluate their neighborhoods with high or low is important stigma that people feel from others; that is deeply humiliating.
 

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Received: 2016/03/5 | Accepted: 2016/03/5 | Published: 2016/03/5

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