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نویسندگان [English]چکیده [English]
The study, focusing on the Harandi neighborhood in Tehran, is a rummage of poverty and urban social issues. Based on the autobiographical ethnographic method, the data are collected through observation, interviews, personal archives, interviews published by civil activists, and documentary methods (from the novel), organized in the form of two major narratives. HarandiNeighbourhood is an extreme example that clearly illustrates the relationship between social issues and urban poverty, and for this reason, it has been selected as an example. Findings indicate very low social monitoring, lack of ownership of space, lack of social ties between residents of the neighborhood and other communities, provision of grounds for legislation and regulation, the formation of symbolic territories by the affected groups, weak support of the government towards the communities living in the neighborhood, socialization among some small groups and high social exclusion. Accordingly, the interpenetration of these factors with urban spaces at the district, requires that social policy be sensitive to the socio-economic-political context and take into account the conditions of all the groups, that through quantitative and up-down approaches will not be possible.