Analysis of indicators of knowledge-based and its role in the future development of Zabol city

Eshaghi, Mohammad Amir (2014) Analysis of indicators of knowledge-based and its role in the future development of Zabol city. Masters thesis, University of Zabol.

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The knowledge-orientated city is a city which is designed for developing knowledge. In knowledge-orientated cities, knowledge, technology, innovation and entrepreneurship are considered as factors affecting the growth and development. Today in developed cities, knowledge and services are the main stimulant of growing. So the goal of this research is analyzing indices of knowledge-orientated cities and their role in future developing of Zabol. The research method is descriptive and analytic and is based on librarian documentary and field studies. For reaching this goal the data were collected and investigated and questionnaire were distributed in Zabol and were analyzed by using Arc GIS, SPSS software and models of SWOT and Demote. The result of analyzing of questionnaire shows the indices of the orientated knowledge city are rarely observed. The result of demote model also shows the index of existing enough tools for accessing all citizens to knowledge like existing a network of standard public libraries, possibility of accessing of all citizens to new communications technology, accessing citizens to all cultural possibilities and services via a public education strategy with standard weight (0/692) is a strong entrant and index of B, providing opportunities for reinforcing variety of cultural activities with standard weight of (- 0/762) is a strong permeable . The result of SWOT model shows ten internal strength against eight internal weaknesses and ten external opportunities against nine external threats and finally according to result of research some suggestions will be mentioned.

Item Type: Thesis (Masters)
Uncontrolled Keywords: knowledge-based, development, Zabol
Subjects: H Social Sciences > HM Sociology
Depositing User: admin admin1 admin2
Date Deposited: 13 Apr 2016 09:56
Last Modified: 13 Apr 2016 09:56

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