عنوان مقاله [English]
Urban privacy is of particular importance in planning, directing and controlling the development of cities. The rapid growth of urbanization, the uncontrolled expansion of cities and their surrounding lands, especially in developing countries, have made planning challenges for metropolises very difficult. Management and planning for Tehran's metropolitan area in recent decades, pave the way for the challenge among various stakeholders who each want a share of the periphery of the city for themselves. The main purpose of the research is to identify the issues of integrated management of the Tehran metropolitan privacy. The methodology of this research is a combination of quantitative and qualitative methods. Secondary analysis of existing documentary-library information, related plans and maps were used to collect data to analyze the current status of privacy. In order to validate and provide the model, semi-structured interviews with urban experts were carried out and through Maxwell's software the qualitative content analysis of the interviews was conducted. The findings of this study show that legal, managerial, institutional and physical-spatial issues in the integrated management of privacy in the Tehran metropolitan area have been disturbed so that a number of administrative and institutional divisions in the Tehran metropolitan area have been violated. The cities located in this area are one of the major issues in the Tehran metropolitan area. Therefore, considering these issues and examining privacy challenges, an integrated model, tailored to the current structure of Tehran's privacy management, has been proposed and presented.