عنوان مقاله [English]
Good governance is actually an adaptive approach in planning and managing resources in the territory to achieve sustainable development, which can be achieved through regular behavior and the institutionalization of accountability, public participation, transparency, legality, responsibility, consensus, etc. Is. In this regard, this article aims to investigate the impact of good governance on improving the quality of rural life in 15 villages of Dehgolan city. The research method is descriptive, analytical and based on library, documentary and field studies. Also, in order to analyze the obtained information, using Morris development technique and spss software, the impact of governance on improving the quality of life of villagers and the relationship between these two variables (good governance, quality of life of villagers) have been determined. The results of the study of the development coefficient of the studied villages in quality of life indicators based on good governance showed that, among the studied villages, the village of Baldasti is in a favorable situation and the village of Abbasjoub is in an unfavorable situation. And the villages (Tilko, Saeed Abad, Sarab, Niaz, Gadmiran, Deh Rashid, Mubarak Abad, Qeshlaq Khodakarm, Kadirmoz, Arzand, Abbarik, Kake Chob, Terwal, Sarvaleh) are in relatively good condition. Also, the results of the analysis of the correlation test in relation to the investigation of the relationship between good governance and the quality of life of the villagers, indicate the significance between the indicators of good governance (participation, responsibility, collective agreement, justice and equality, legality, transparency and openness, efficiency and effectiveness) with the quality of life component with a significance level of 0.000. And the results of the regression test showed that eight independent variables (control) have a significant relationship with the dependent variable (quality of life) at the p=0.05 level. And finally, the results of the path analysis showed that all the determinant variables have direct effects on the dependent variable (quality of life).