Document Type: Original Article


Assistant Professor in Communication Sciences at Department of Mass Communication, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, East Tehran Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tehran, Iran


Objective: In addition to issues such as environment, transportation, safely and urban planning, one of the most important factors  having increasingly influence on urban organizing factors is urban management. Methods: There are so many issues in cities that for its solving, urban management factor is necessary. complexity and  extensiveness of urban issue and its  development and growth, led to making city management difficult. in last two decade, information technology  or information and communication technology terms as a emergent and strength phenomenon , has found its world status and it already expected in cultural, economical, social, and political structures and also in traditional basics of societies management, occur basic reforms and introduced new system of management. developing of information and communication technology  led to many informs  in different ranges  including  city emergent, city hall, and electronic citizen. Results: In this research, in addition to explaining information and communication technology conceptions and urban management, it is stated that how technology functions can help urban managers in designing , planning  and managing of metropolises.


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