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Volume 9, Issue 33 (12-2020)                   Haft Hesar J Environ Stud 2020, 9(33): 125-140 | Back to browse issues page

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Hatami Y. Happy Street: a point to reach the happy city Case study (Bu-Ali Sina and Pasteur axis of Hamadan city). Haft Hesar J Environ Stud 2020; 9 (33) :125-140
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The happy city is one of the topics that has been considered by many urban experts in recent decades. The issue of happiness in urban space is becoming one of the urban spaces' expectations. From Montgomery's perspective, happiness is not a vague concept but a defined and measurable equation directly influenced by the man's environment. The issue of a happy city in our country is still not as important as it is, so that according to research conducted during the years 2007-1997, the level of happiness in Iran is ranked 56th among 97 countries. Today, due to economic problems and the relatively high unemployment rate and other issues, Hamedan's city needs to create happiness and raise the collective spirit more than before. If this city does not decide to move towards achieving the city's goals, it will face a social catastrophe. We faced with the title of the depressed city of Hamedan. In this regard, by examining the influential factors of emotions in the sense of happiness, the present study tries to take a positive step towards achieving the goals of a happy city. The present study is a descriptive-analytical method of quantitative type and based on survey research. The study's statistical population includes users of the two spaces of Pasteur axis and Bu Ali Sina sidewalk in Hamedan, which were selected using the unknown community formula in the Pasteur axis equal to 300 and Bu Ali Sina sidewalk equal to 385 people for analysis. The collected data were designed and analyzed using Amos software to develop a structural equation model (SEM). This study shows that the amount of positive emotions in Bu Ali Sina sidewalk is much higher than the Pasteur axis, and this issue is not unrelated to the type of space design of both axes. In this research, some suggestions are presented.
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Received: 2021/01/3 | Accepted: 2020/12/30 | Published: 2020/12/30

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