Analysis of Spatial Inequalities in Tehran Metropolis

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تاریخ نمایه سازی: 9 آبان 1401


Purpose: Nowadays, Spatial and social inequalities are universal and expandingphenomenon. Identification and spatial analysis of social, economic andecological inequalities in metropolises is one of the essential and basicproceeding for planning and achieving urban sustainable development. Aims toreviews the quality of spatial differentiations between the ۳۷۴ neighborhoods ofTehran metropolis.Methodology: The method of the research is descriptive-analytic. To identifyregions’ development levels in Tehran, ۱۰ sub-criteria in the form of ۳ maincriteria were used. With Using of AHP method and EXPERT CHOISEsoftware each criteria and sub-criteria mutually were compared relative to eachother, evaluated and scored. Finally, by method of hierarchical clustering,Tehran metropolis neighborhoods in terms of ranking of development at fivelevels of developed, relatively developed, medium developed, less developedand underdeveloped regions, were clustered and in the Arc GIS settings weredisplayed as a map.Findings: The result of indicators review shows that Tehran metropolis lackssocio-physical unity and spatial differentiations between the north and south ofit remain still as the main feature of spatial structure of Tehran metropolis.Originality/Value: The present study believes that continuance of the currentprocedure, not only in Tehran but also in national level is a main challenge overthe way to achieve urban sustainable development and good city.



Mohammad Shali

Faculty Member of Academic Center for Education, Culture and Research (ACECR), Tabriz P.O. Box ۵۱۶۵۶-۶۵۸۱۱,Iran

Ebrahim Irannejad

Assistant Professor of Academic Center for Education, Culture and Research (ACECR), Tabriz P.O. Box ۵۱۶۵۶-۶۵۸۱۱, Iran

Mina Rahimi

Master of Planning, University of Calgary, AB, Canada