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Analysis of power structure and dialogue in Yazdi families: A grounded study
Lida Hatefi rad, Mehraban Parsamehr, Ali Ruhani
Yazd University
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Power structure in family plays important role in formation of favorable relationships between family members and can guide the process of dialogue. The present study intends to explore power structure by emphasizing how dialogue is formed in the context of Yazdi families. Based on the type of research question, qualitative methodology and considering the process of the problem, grounded theory method was used. Using theoretical sampling, 31 couples from normal families in Yazd were selected and interviewed in depth.The collected data were analyzed using open, axial and selective coding. In open coding stage, the analyzed data were presented in 60 secondary categories, 25 main categories and core category entitled "Crystallization of complicit Patriarchy in Family dialogues". In axial coding stage, the research paradigm model and in selective coding stage, the theoretical scheme of the research was presented. Explaining the results shows that power structure in family, although still applied in the gendered public space, but have been some changes. These changes are often accompanied by a shift from hegemonic patriarchy to complicit patriarchy and dialogue in this context is accompanied by compromise or initial  transition from complicit patriarchy.
Keywords: Family, Couples, Dialogue, Power structure, Gender.
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Received: 2021/10/3 | Accepted: 2021/03/30 | Published: 2021/03/30
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hatefi rad L, parsamehr M, ruhani A. Analysis of power structure and dialogue in Yazdi families: A grounded study. scds 2021; 9 (4) :87-112
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