عنوان مقاله [English]
Women's Narrative Analysis of Gender Inequalities in Education Field:
Case Study: Women in Marginal Areas of Naysar, Sanandaj
Nasim AbdollahZadeh , Keyvan bolandhematan
Mohammad Amjad Zebardast
Receive: 4/12/2018 Accept: 2/2/2019
The purpose of the present research was to offer women's narratives of gender inequalities in the field of education in order to identify and analyze the factors and mechanisms of these inequalities in the marginal areas of Naysar, Sanandaj. Any behavior, language, politics, and other actions reflecting the fixed and persistent view of the members of the community of women as subordinate beings means the inequality of gender that takes on more and more meaningful forms in the field of education. For this purpose, it has benefited from three perspectives, i.e., feminist, Bourdieu and Chaftez for theoretical foundations, and used the value of analyzing the content narrative in which uncertainty, complexity, contradictions and dichotomy are not tolerated and shows the subordinate position and life of women. The interviews with 53 women who had experience in life and education at Naysar came to the conclusion that the analysis of the narrative of women shows that inequality takes place in the four areas of the family, the teaching
centers, and the local community and the patriarchal system, and its
consistency with the marginal conditions and manifests itself in the sub-themes such as mastery of stereotypes and patriarchal molds, psychological and physical damages of parents, early and premature marriage, lack of attention to educational needs, high cost of educational centers and the provision of inequitable gender education. These sub-themes are overlapping in the field of education and produce and reproduce gender inequality in the field of education in the four main themes: the economic weakness and lack of the family background culture, academic exhaustion, the sense of deprivation of position/marginalization of this gender inequality, and nevertheless, women consider education as a way of development, position and consciousness, but the conditions of marginalization give them less power to maneuver.
Keywords: Gender Inequalities, Education Field, Marginalized Areas, Content Narrative Analysis
. PhD student of Educational Administration, KurdistanUniversity,Kurdistan, Iran.
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. Assistant Professor, Department of Education, KurdistanUniversity, Kurdistan, Iran.