Growing urbanization and its impact on the mental health of people in developing countries

Monir Rostampoor-Vajari


Urbanization phenomenon in today’s society, indigenous culture put us in a bind, and causes the various cultures and subcultures, have been together. Migration of villagers and residents of small towns to big cities, the population density in the city is great. This led to a rapid increase in the price of rental housing and the overall level of prices rising and becoming more unequal distribution of wealth and income in the community have followed. Migrants to the big cities because of the better ones around town are causing marginalization. Furthermore, due to cultural differences, mutual understanding between immigrants and residents, and there is not proper. Therefore, abnormalities in this context occur. In this paper, we try to be aware of these abnormalities and issues surrounding, better ways to identify problems and take effective steps to overcome them. In recent decades, phenomena such as industrialization, population density, security, traffic pressure, reduced social emotions migration, marginalization, and social conflict and damage has accepted tradition of the metropolis. In this study, we examined some of the important cases.


Traffic; Immigration; Security; Urbanization

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