عنوان مقاله [English]
Today, a complete understanding of the city requires moving from the real world to the virtual world and vice versa. Urban space is a platform in which social relations and civic life flow. Technology, as an integral part of life, has influenced cities to undergo fundamental and functional changes, and is recognized as a new feature in the 21st century. These changes have led to the dual spatialization of life and, consequently, to citizens with behavioral transformation. In other words, hybrid urban space has created a dual-function citizenship of virtual-virtual. This study deals with the spatial-functional duality of citizens or the dichotomy of citizenship in the context of Tehran.
The research is qualitative in nature and practical in terms of purpose. In addition to documentary and library studies, data collection was done through a simple random questionnaire. Since the study population was uncertain and unlimited, the number of samples was determined based on Cohen's formula559, which was completed to ensure666 questionnaires from 22 districts of Tehran. The validity of the questionnaire was measured by adjusting and filling out a 35-item test questionnaire and the reliability of the questionnaire was measured based on Cronbach's alpha. According to the research findings, there is a significant correlation and relationship between research variables and among the main factors of social interactions and urban structure, it has a higher priority than technology.Studies show that the interaction of the three main elements, city (body), citizen and technology, the phenomenon of two permissible approaches - the reality of citizenship and space in Tehran as a symbol of the 21st century city is strengthened every day and social innovation is being formed.