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Seyed Ghasem Hasani,
Volume 7, Issue 2 (11-2018)

All cultures in a variety of ways, according to historical experiences, worldviews and religious, religious, and other factors within their culture, form specific content for folk beliefs in relation to everything their around. These beliefs can be about heaven, earth, nature, animals, death, the life of plants and humans. One of the folk beliefs that human beings have shaped during its cultural history are stereotypes about the gender of men and women. Because human history was based on patriarchal structure in most cultures, male or female gender beliefs or stereotypes usually tend to be more in direct women. Of course, there are differences between cultures about the forms of representation of folk beliefs towards women. Folk representations are in fact language games expressed in sentences, stories, proverbs, and so on. This paper tries to explain and analyze the representation of folk beliefs about the representation of gender based on the qualitative method of collecting popular beliefs and quantitative methods in the attitude toward informal believes among the students of Mazandaran University

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مجله علمی پژوهشی مطالعات توسعه اجتماعی فرهنگی Quarterly Journal of Socio - Cultural Development Studies
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