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Shahhosseini G, DADASHPOOR H. Critical recognition of causal layered analysis with the aim of application in urban and regional planning studies: design of adjusted model.. MJSP 2023; 27 (3) :28-51
URL: http://hsmsp.modares.ac.ir/article-21-69246-en.html
1- TARBIAT MODARES UNIVERSITY , gelare.shahhoseini@gmail.com
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Considering the complex nature of mental images of the future construction and spatial reconstruction of cities and metropolitan areas as well as existing complexities, it is particularly important to avoid a positivist and single-layer view of urban-regional studies. This study considers perspective building in urban and regional planning and the creation of alternative futures as a requirement for an intelligent and modified choice of future research methods. Causal layered analysis, introduced under a critical paradigm, is one of the most important future research methods. This method, like many others, is associated with gaps and limitations and needs to be adjusted. This research seeks to critically analyze this method and accordingly, the number of layers of this method should be reduced to 3 in accordance with criticisms and covering the critical paradigm dimensions. The approach of the first layer should be changed from scientific-experimental to an interpretive one with a critical attitude. And, the second layer's approach to post-exploration, which is aimed at identifying the obvious and hidden mechanisms, and finally deconstructing and criticizing the functional basis of the third layer. Then, according to the changes of each of the layers and the direction of applying the model in urban and regional planning, a set of qualitative methods is mentioned and an analytical device of the political economy of space is used to mount this model.
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Article Type: Original Research | Subject: civil planning
Received: 2023/05/17 | Accepted: 2023/12/10 | Published: 2023/10/2

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