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شهر آرام پلتفرم ایدئولوژیک برای یک شهر متمایز ایجاد میکند و اصول مربوط به زندگی و کیفیت زندگی شهری را به کار میگیرد؛ بنابراین اصول و الزامات شهر آرام یک مدل مناسب برنامهریزی و توسعه شهری است که به اهداف اقتصادی، اجتماعی و زیستمحیطی پاسخ میدهد.
عنوان مقاله [English]
Background: The rapid growth of cities and the lack of attention to the spiritual needs in creating a calm enough for residents that has led to a decline in quality of life is a problem that most cities in the world are facing. To overcome these challenges, several perspectives have been developed to achieve sustainable development; one of the latest and most successful approaches is the Slow City Movement, which began in October 1999.
Objectives: This paper examines the origin, concept, characteristics and indicators of the Slow city and assesses the factors affecting the realization of the Slow city in Mehrshahr.
Method: The research method is a meta-analysis based on indigenous indices and questionnaires. After identifying the indicators of the Slow city from foreign studies and according to the situation in the study area, the overlap of the indicators based on the research topic and the ability to measure these indicators in the region has been made.
Result: According to the Delphi method, 36 indicators in 6 categories of components include: environmental protection, political infrastructure, urban quality, local products, hospitality and knowledge and information were extracted in order to assess the factors affecting the realization of the Slow city of Mehrshahr. Factor analysis of affecting the realization of Slow city in Mehr Shahr by using factor analysis, 5 categories of final factors affecting the realization of Slow city approach in Mehrshahr were obtained which explains the first factor of 13.77% of total variance and includes 9 main indicators affecting the realization of Slow city approach in Mehrshahr.
Conclusion: Slow City is a new approach to urban development management and planning. Because the Slow City focuses on the local resources, the self-sufficient economy, and the unique cultural and historical strengths of a city. The Slow City can also be seen as a strategy for achieving a cross between economic development, environmental and social justice goals.