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SOCIOLOGICAL STUDY OF THE DISTRIBUTION PATTERN OF POWER IN THE FAMILY WITH THE EFFECT OF WOMEN'S SOCIALIZATION (CASE STUDY: MARRIED WOMEN IN DISTRICTS 1 AND 19 OF TEHRAN)

Authors:
Maryam Bakhshishpour, Hossein Aghajani Mersa, Ali Reza Kaldi


Volume - 2 Issue - 12, Pages - 5411-5422

Abstract:
The present research investigates the distribution pattern of power in the family with the impact of women's socialization. Theoretical framework of the research is a combination of theory of family power explanation, the theory of decision making, the theory of the division of household duties, Randall Collins' gender stratification theory, feminist theory, and the theory of gender socialization. The main hypothesis of the research is that What is the pattern of power distribution in the contemporary family? (Democratic or non-democratic?)The research method is survey and the collection tool is a researcher- made questionnary. The statistical population consists of all married women in districts 1 and 19 of Tehran. The research data was collected from 383 persons by using of Cochran formula , as well as available quota sampling method. The Relationship between independent variable and dependent variable was investigated by Chisquare test. The results of the research show that Tehran's district 1 (north) has more democratic families than Tehran's 19th (south) district. There is a Significant relationship between women's socialization and the distribution of power in the family; If women in society are more sociable and have a higher social participation, we will benefit from more democratic families

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[Bakhshishpour, Maryam, et al. "SOCIOLOGICAL STUDY OF THE DISTRIBUTION PATTERN OF POWER IN THE FAMILY WITH THE EFFECT OF WOMEN'S SOCIALIZATION (CASE STUDY: MARRIED WOMEN IN DISTRICTS 1 AND 19 OF TEHRAN)." International Journal of Social Science and Economic Research, vol. 2, no. 12, 2017, pp. 5411-5422. December.]

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