Urban Management and Internal Immigration regarding Socio-cultural Aspects (With Special Attention on Iran’s Experiences and Condition)

Omid Ahadian, Amin Alizadeh, Omid Azeri, Hadi Mahmoudinejad


While immigration to cities with an inadmissible proportion and blaming that for all the urban problems, this article wants to have a review on these negative prejudgments and adopt a real way by the urban managers. Review of immigration theories in three levels of Macro, Micro and Meso is an explanatory of a continuous immigration to cities in the future of Asian countries that its results from the national development perspective are not only negative. However decreasing and leading the villagers' immigration to the areas that have the capacity is essential, nowadays immigrations as a part of urban development is inevitable and there should be anticipatory, constructive and integrated policies reflected by the urban management. In this part looking through new urban management method which causes a pervasive communion in local and urban institutions, will be a solution which follows with capability of immigrants and unitizing them with city and urban culture.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5539/jsd.v4n2p266

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