عنوان مقاله [English]
Place attachment is one of the parameters that has an important role on the quality of residential environment. So, attempt has been made to investigate the place attachment aimed at upgrading this parameter for the purpose of fostering the quality of neighborhoods. Therefore, assessment has been conducted about four dimensional model such as place belonging, place identity, place dependence and place rootedness in Historical textures of Gorgan city. Statistical population are residents of three neighborhood including Sarcheshmeh, Sabzeh Mashhsd and Darbeno 180 sample have been selected with Random sampling method. Based on the result, it is found out that place attachment in the Sabzeh Mashhsd neighborhood with the average value of 36/43 is the most, and two neighborhoods of Sarcheshmeh and Darbeno are placed the second and the third ranking. As well as, the study of relationship between four dimensions of place attachment with features such as length of residence, home ownership and the type of hosing (villa house- apartment) by using Scheffe, One-way analysis of variance and Independent T statistical test and relevant analyzing by applying Spss software show that there are positive and significant relationship between these dimensions with length of residence, home ownership and the type of hosing in the neighborhood under study. In conclusion, since the high level of place attachment of residents, is related to the social factors, the skeleton of texture and facilities undesirable, it is necessary to take into consideration strategies aimed at upgrading the physical features of this texture: The establishment of tourist attraction and service centers such as coffee shops, restaurant, museum and rest areas by renovating the direct buildings. The establishment of new applications by entering the new spirit into the historical texture, that are very essential. The use of religious centers in non-religious ceremonies for creating cultural activities in relation to holding educational classes. Urban furniture suitable with urban fabric for creating rest areas for pedestrians. The development of nighty commercial and cultural activities for more socialization in neighborhoods and more security are among these strategies
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