Cultural Components and Elements Role in the Satisfaction of Residents of Organizational Residential Complexes in Iran ((Case Study: Ahvaz City

Document Type : Research Paper

Authors

1 PhD student in Architecture, Department of Architecture, Ahvaz Branch, Islamic Azad University, Ahvaz, Iran.

2 PhD in Architecture, Assistant Professor, Department of Architecture, Ahvaz Branch, Islamic Azad University, Ahvaz, Iran.

3 PhD in Architecture, Visiting Associate Professor, Department of Architecture, Ahvaz Branch, Islamic Azad University, Ahvaz, Iran / Jundi_shapur University of Technology, Dezful, Iran.

Abstract

Statement of the problem: following the increasing growth of the urban population and rural migrations in recent decades in Iran, the face of housing and the quality of residence have changed. The development of this phenomenon without proper planning and not paying attention to issues such as cultural factors in the interactive space of the settlement leads to the emergence of behaviors from the residents that disrupt and destroy the residential culture. that only paying attention to quantitative issues and ignoring quality in residential spaces has aggravated problems in these spaces and as a result has caused residents to be dissatisfied with their residential environments.
Purpose: The present research has evaluated and measured the impact of the role of culture components and elements in organizational housing architecture and residents' sense of satisfaction. In this research, the effect of culture components on satisfaction was analyzed in two organizational residential complexes of Ahvaz police force.
Research method: The type of the current research is applied and the research method is descriptive and correlational. Field method (questionnaire) was used to collect the required information. The number of people selected for the statistical sample size based on the simple random sampling method and according to Cochran's sample size formula is considered to be 285 residents. After collecting the data, in order to analyze them, the information using the method Statistical techniques and Spss 21 software have been subjected to statistical analysis.
Findings: Based on this, the results obtained in the quantitative part indicate a meaningful relationship between components such as spatial aspects, safety and peace, human aspects, social and cultural identity, and functional aspects in two residential complexes according to the respondents
 
 
 

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