Developing a Vision for social studies in Oil Industry

Mohammad Rezaie Narimisa, Manouchehr Rezaie Narimisa

Abstract


It is common that all the influences that are directly and indirectly related to the evaluation of the social impact are people they know. Social influences on the seven group. Economy: for example those who lose jobs or lost landscapes, Environment: for example, people who place their life or lose their land ownership. Trade: like taking applicants under the impact of rising and falling commodity prices. Shipping: drivers, rides and walks that have access to transportation. Social: people, relatives or friends who are affected by the interactions of the pattern. Cognitive biology: organisms that are exposed to physical damage, injury and disease. Psychological: people that stress, depression, fear and confidence in the effectiveness of implementation of development measures. In this research Tehran oil refinery has been selected as case study in social studies in oil industry in Iran. The main target in social impact assessment in this research was, create an environment that in terms of ecological, social, cultural and economic fairer and more stable. Also, the expansion of social capital (especially in participatory approach) and capacity building in social communities. Stakeholders aware of the actions of positive and negative implications of the development on the development measures, and their share of the decision-making about the development. 


Keywords


Social influences, Economy, Environment, Cognitive biology, Tehran oil refinery.

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