Correlation analysis of cultural development and social security in Iran

K. Habibi, Hooshmand Alizadeh, A. Meshkini, M. J. Kohsari

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Abstract

In recent years, politicians have paid more attention to planning methods considering environmental, economical, social and cultural potentials of place. According to general principles and experiences has been achieved by the developed countries, there is a direct link between social security and cultural development. Where the society and region is culturally more developed, social security level is higher and vice versa. Considering this leading point, this research aims to establish a rational correlation between the provinces of Iran considering cultural development ranking and social security levels using planning models and analysis. To reach this goal, different variables in various sectors such as physical, social, economical, etc. were classified leading to developmental indicators of the provinces in the related sectors. In addition to this, many variables concerning the social security levels in provinces such as homicide, robbery, suicide, etc. were also classified to identify the social security level in each province. According to the results, more culturally developed and wealthier provinces, like Tehran, Khorasan, Fars, have lower social security degree and less culturally developed provinces, like Sistan va Baloochestan, Kurdistan, Elam have higher social security level. In other words, the mentioned principle, the correlation between social security and cultural development, does not work in the same direction in Iranian context.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)802-808
Number of pages7
JournalJournal of Applied Sciences
Volume8
Issue number5
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2008 Jan 1

Keywords

  • Correlation analysis
  • Cultural development
  • Iran
  • Social security

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • General

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