عنوان مقاله [English]
This research has been conducted with the aim of studying the effects of native culture on the cultural impact of the university on social development planning in Qeshm Island. Parsens' theory, along with Jacobs and my left emphasis on the length of stay in a place that leads to the accumulation of identity and social capital, formed the theoretical framework for this research. A survey method and a questionnaire tool were used to collect data. The sampling, based on the Cochran formula, was estimated to be 348, so that valid responses to calculate the relationship between the variables were not less than the validity of the research To be supplied. The results showed that the average cultural impact of the university on the development of Qeshm Island in the range of 4 to 16 was 9/9, which is largely evaluated. There was a significant relationship between development of Qeshm Island and indigenous or non-homogeneous at 99% confidence level, while the relationship between the length of stay in Qeshm with the dependent variable that the impact of cultural dimensions of the university on the development of Qeshm Island was not significant. Therefore, native residence time can be considered as a potential positive development potential in regional development and planning. Factor analysis identified the questionnaires in four factors of economic investment, human resources, institutional management, and executive supervision in influencing development programs.