The Role of Social Capital in Promoting Popular Participation and Optimal Urban Management (Case Study: Koy Neighborhood, Government Employees and Five Hundred Units of the City of Douganbadan)

Social capital is a form of traditional solidarity of society in which groups of people can pursue their individual interests by dedicating themselves to social projects. Participation is a process that mobilizes local resources, utilizes diverse social groups in decision making, locals engage in defining problems, collecting and learning information and implementing projects.
The purpose of this study was to investigate the role of social capital in promoting neighborhood participation and optimal urban management in two neighborhoods (five hundred employees of the staff) of Dongnbodan city. They were selected from different neighborhoods for the particular neighborhood of the city. Using self-made questionnaire, 381 people over 18 years of age were evaluated. Data and Pearson correlation coefficient, Spearman correlation coefficient and for Kolmogorov-Smirnov test were used for normalization. They were analyzed by SPSS software. The questionnaire had acceptable validity. SPSS software was used to analyze the results. Overall, the result of the research suggests that the main assumptions of the research are both confirmed, that is, social capital is effective in urban management, and also the involvement of the neighborhood in urban management.

Article Type:
Research/Original Article
Haft Hesar Journal of Environmental Studies, Volume:7 Issue:28, 2019
33 - 44  
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