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Rajabloo A, Masoud Sinaki H, Azamazadeh M. The Study of Formal Gender Identity and Its amount of Adaptation or Non adaptation in Ethnics: (With an Emphasize on Identity Resources). JHS 2011; 2 (4) :1-31
URL: http://jhs.modares.ac.ir/article-25-7891-en.html
1- Assistant professor, Alzahra, University, Tehran, Iran
2- Master of Sociology
3- Associated professor, Alzahra, University, Tehran, Iran.
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This research is going to examine the amount of adaptation or non - adaptation of formal gender identity among the different ethnics and to analysis this, it wants to answer these questions that ''Do material and nonmaterial resources of identity relate with adaptation of formal gender identity or not''? And is there any difference between the ethnics of Turks, loves and Kords in the amount of adaptation or non- adaptation of formal gender identity? Experiential method was used for answering these questions. Statistical population of the project is 377 girl and boy students aged 18-29 years. The were in the in Bachelor's degree from among the three ethnics of Kurd/Lor/Turk residing in the dormitories of Tehran universities. The Sampling method was quota and questionnaires have were tools of information gathering. The results of analysis indicated that there is a relation between the identity resources and the amount of adaptation of formal gender the identity. Among identity resources, religiosity, ethnic gender stereotype and gender explained the most changes of dependant variable. Kurds had the least and Lors had the most adaptation of formal gender identity.
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Published: 2011/04/11

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