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نویسندگان [English]چکیده [English]
Experiences of recent decades show that in many case – because of the state of emergency in the process of after-disaster reconstruction – reconstruction programs are not typically comprehensive and multidimensional. In these cases, the quantity of construction and the physical reconstruction seems to have been more accentuated as compared to other aspects such as the social, economic and physical reconstruction, or the quality of physical reconstruction. So among the issues that have been considered in the patterns of reconstruction in recent years is the quality of life, the low rate of which is felt in most of the reconstructed public spaces. Hence the aim of this study is to evaluate the quality of life in after-disaster reconstruction, investigating how it is affected by the reconstruction process. The study area of this research is Shirvan district which was damaged during an earthquake in April 1385. The Methodology of this research is descriptive and analytic, using quantity models. The required data is collected using questionnaires. Based on the analyses, the quality of life in Shirvan County ranked into three classes: high, medium and low. To estimate the levels of the quality of life, 8 indexes were weighed using AHP model. Then Topsis as a multiple Attribute Decision-making model was applied. Results show that Bacazna and Basari with 0/7812 & 0/7418 have had the highest quality of life, and Tanjor and Darti with 0/3959 & 0/4272 have had the lowest quality of life.