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Female Students and Reflection in Care Ethics: The Case Study of Guilan University Students
|Journal of Family Relations Studies|
|مقاله 6، دوره 2، شماره 7، بهمن 2022، صفحه 48-56 اصل مقاله (1.03 M)|
|نوع مقاله: Original Article|
|شناسه دیجیتال (DOI): 10.22098/jhrs.2022.11339.1065|
|Ali Yaghoobi* 1؛ Fatemeh Karimi2؛ Somayeh Nouri3|
|1Associate Professor of Sociology, University of Guilan , Guilan, Iran|
|2Associate Professor of Educational Sciences, University of Guilan, University of Guilan , Guilan, Iran|
|3M.A. In Sociology, University of Guilan , Guilan, Iran|
|Objective: Care is a multidimensional concept that has been reflected in the process of modernity. The aim of this study was to investigate care ethics among female students of Guilan University.|
Methods: In this research, a qualitative method based on semi-structured interviews and purposive sampling was used. The statistical sample includes 33 students of Guilan University. In total, 11 interviewees were interviewed as a group and 22 interviewees as an individual. The analysis method in this research was thematic analysis.
Results: In data analysis, twelve basic themes, three organizing themes, and one global theme were obtained. The first type was autonomous girls: these types of girls are less inclined to marriage and maternal roles and less interested in circular motherhood and more inclined to linear time and they believed that a circular mother is a boring role that will reduce their agency. The second was heteronomous girls: these types of female students were in maximal motherhood level because they have known a mother with the semiotic such as sacrifice, kindness, self-sacrifice, altruism, etc. Third types of girls were eclectic: this type of female student has both a tendency to linear time (employment and education) and a cyclical time (marriage and motherhood).
Conclusion: Among the existing types, the ideal form was eclectic ethics in which female students have two ethics of heteronomy and autonomy (semiotic and symbolic).
|Female Students؛ Care Ethics؛ Motherhood؛ Autonomy؛ Heteronomy؛ Eclectic|
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