عنوان مقاله [English]
The cooperative sector, along with other public and private sectors that face many failures to achieve efficiency, is considered as a subset of the third sector (social economy). By having principles such as free and optional membership, democratic control, limited capital profit, excess income and training and cooperation among cooperative members, cooperatives can be a suitable platform for the activity and success of people with little capital but with great ability. In general, it can be said that cooperatives are a suitable policy to support the decentralized funds in the society and also to create employment and reduce the unemployment rate. Therefore, this research seeks to identify the factors that prevent and promote the development of rural production cooperatives. This study was carried out by a descriptive-survey method with a random sampling method according to the size of the floor among 226 members of production cooperatives in Songhor, Sahne and Kangavar cities. The validity of the questionnaire was confirmed using experts' opinions and its reliability was confirmed using Cronbach's alpha test. The alpha level was acceptable for each of the research variables. Data analysis was done by SPSS software. The results of the average comparison between the respondents' views regarding the preventing and promoting factors and variables such as gender and age do not have a statistically significant difference. While there is a statistically significant difference between the views of the respondents regarding the preventing and promoting factors and the education level variable. Also, the results of the correlation showed that there is a statistically significant relationship between the views of the respondents regarding the preventing and promoting factors and the variables of membership history and the number of training courses.
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