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Good Urban Governance Based on Social Capital: The Case of Study Tabriz Metropolitan . Arid Regions Geographic Studies. 2010; 1 (1) :35-52
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Urban good governance is the consensus point of all social actors that traces back to New Public Management viewpoint that it was entered to development literature by the agency of World Bank and Habitat and some other international agents since the late of 1980s and it has deconstruction view to urban planning and by participation and interaction between the main actors of urban management, that is , civil society, government and market and private sector, passing from the only pattern of city development that based on instrumental rationality and construct on the base of social capital of citizenship and communitarian rationality, take the substitute pattern of communitarian urbanization. In this article by deductive reasoning and by taking consideration to variety of urban good governance components, its indices were selected parallel with independent variable of research as social capital. Given statistical society to evaluate the dependent variable of research (urban good governance) is Tabriz municipality as formal and government agent, city council as the most pervasive civil agent and citizenship and private sector as market component. Conclusions of research articulate there are meaningful correlation between creating of urban good governance through civil society and social capital.
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Received: 27/Aug/12 | Published: 15/Oct/10

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