عنوان مقاله [English]
Examining the distribution of services in city and knowing the degree of concentration and dispersion of urban service units in municipal areas plays an important role in understanding spatial justice. What is important is to create equal opportunities in urban space in relation to the services that members of society need. Given that the main goal of development is to eliminate inequalities, the best concept of development is growth with social justice. Therefore, the overall goal of regional planning or economic development is to establish social justice and distribute welfare and wealth among members of society. The method of the study is descriptive-analytical and entropy coefficient, standardized score, numerical taxonomy, TOPSIS and scattering coefficient have been used. The statistical population was 9 municipal districts of Shiraz and 11 indicators of urban services. study of entropy coefficient shows that the population tends to balance between regions and Pearson correlation between regions space and standardized scores indicates a significant direct relationship between regions space and standardized scores. Also, Pearson correlation between population and standardized scores shows that there is no correlation between standardized scores and regions, this means that services are not distributed in proportion to the population. distribution coefficient study shows that the services that make up the per day needs of the public are more than the services that have regional and trans-regional functions. The results of combining the models show 1, 2 and 4 regions were identified as privileged regions, respectively. 3, 7, 5, 6 regions were considered as balanced and relatively privileged areas and 8 and 9 regions were recognized as deprived areas. In order to achieve spatial justice and proper distribution of services in urban areas, planning priority is proposed in zones 1 and 7 of population growth and in zones 3 and 5 to increase services.