The Social Sciences

Year: 2015
Volume: 10
Issue: 7
Page No. 2102 - 2105

The Role of Social Infrastructure in Non-Urbanized Territories Development

Authors : Marianna Ruslanovna Shtanchaeva, Olga Vasiljevna Zjablova and Ramil Rafailovich Denmukhametov

Abstract: Social infrastructure is an important prerequisite for the effective development non-urbanized territories. Indicators of well-being of rural development are indicators of natural and mechanical population growth, density of social infrastructure, peculiarity of its territorial organization. Allocated 3 types of non-urbanized territories within the Republic of Tatarstan, with different trends of socio-demographic development. Shows the role of social infrastructure in shaping a prosperous and crisis of rural areas. The rural population is increasingly concentrated around the urban agglomerations. There is formed by intensive agricultural production suburban type, there are areas of low buildings for the urban population and develop recreational areas. At the junction of urban and rural areas are formed zone with mixed agro-industrial functions. Other rural areas have significantly less competitive advantages: they are located away from the regional growth points, practically without influence of local centers. The worst social and demographic situation and the lowest level of saturation of the territory social infrastructure have outlying municipal districts of the republic.

How to cite this article:

Marianna Ruslanovna Shtanchaeva, Olga Vasiljevna Zjablova and Ramil Rafailovich Denmukhametov, 2015. The Role of Social Infrastructure in Non-Urbanized Territories Development. The Social Sciences, 10: 2102-2105.

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