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JHRE 2021, 39(172): 3-16 Back to browse issues page
The Impact of Economic Change on Livelihood Spaces (Agriculture and Animal Husbandry); Qazvin Rural Housing
Zahra Beigom Taghavi, Kamal Rahbari Manesh *, Maryam Armaghan
Faculty Member of the Department of Architecture, Islamic Azad University, Qazvin Branch , pr.rahbari@yahoo.com
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Rural housing is the most primitive and original form of housing for people with fixed habitation. It has developed and expanded due to the changes in the forms of nomadism, especially those that occurred based on agriculture and animal husbandry. of the society— are influential in encouraging economic changes. This study seeks to understand Rural housing reflects the concept that the spaces of livelihood and living are mostly interrelated and that there are no definite time boundaries between activities in rural life. The Iranian Land Reform, a prominent landmark in the 1960s, has been the starting point of major changes in the economy, social relations, migration, occupation, and urban development and marked a major shift in the physical form of rural housing. Three fundamental sources of noneconomic affairs —changes in the knowledge and science of societies, changes in technology, and changes in the public institutions and explain the process of economic change and how it affects rural housing.
In this descriptive-analytical study, with the help of field and desk studies and investigation of the ideas of theorists, it was concluded that the process of economic change has only improved living spaces and increased facilities and local amenities for villagers, but livelihood production spaces in rural housing, as a link in the production system, has been neglected during these years. Moreover, in the spatial organization of rural housing, the only spaces that receive attention in the area of ​​livelihood are warehouses and stalls. However, in rural housing, a site also includes gardens, orchards and farms that are the most important parts of a rural house. This has changed the living patterns of residents and caused rural settlements to become semi-urban. Furthermore, the productive economy of rural life has turned into a consumer economy. Therefore, the need to use agricultural elements (gardens, farms, pastures and livestock) becomes an inevitable necessity in the architecture of rural housing.
Keywords: Rural Housing, economy, agriculture, livelihood-production approach.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: سکونتگاههای شهری و روستایی
Received: 2020/01/7 | Accepted: 2021/03/16 | Published: 2021/03/16
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Taghavi Z B, Rahbari Manesh K, Armaghan M. The Impact of Economic Change on Livelihood Spaces (Agriculture and Animal Husbandry); Qazvin Rural Housing. JHRE. 2021; 39 (172) :3-16
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فصلنامه مسکن و محیط روستا Journal of Housing and Rural Environment
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