عنوان مقاله [English]
Generally speaking, although citizens’ participation in the urban management has received increasing credit and attention since the 20th century, it is mainly a modern phenomenon. This study primarily aims to examine the key determinants associated with citizens’ participation in urban management. The results of this study are based on a survey that has been conducted in Amol City that includes a sample of 352 individuals. The results of this analysis show that the participation rate of the citizens in the urban management is below the medium level. Further, only the rate of social participation is fairly high, whereas the other aspects of participation including political, intellectual, financial and physical participations are below the medium level. Moreover, the results of logistic regression analyses show that citizens’ participation in the urban management is significantly associated with four key determinants: associative membership, knowledge, powerlessness, and socio-economic status.