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Consequences of Marriage of Girls in Childhood
Afsaneh Kamali , Khadijeh Safiri , Ahdieh Asadpour
PhD Student in Sociology, Alzahra University
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The present paper, studies on the percentage of  consequences of child marriage for girls (under 18 years old) using the approach of social interpretivism. Research data has been collected using a semi-structured interview technique among child-women under 18 years of age in four cities located in Khorasan Razavi province. Thematic analysis method has been used to analyze the data and finally 41 participants were interviewed using theoretical saturation criteria. By analyzing the interviews, 10 main categories, 24 subcategories and 111 concepts were obtained. The main categories that indicate the consequences of child marriage for girls include sexual aversion and hatred, weak cultural capital, weak social relations, extended masculinity, child-motherhood, child-absolute, child-double marriage, child-double absolute, become a negative attitude and psychosomatic disruption.
Keywords: Child-Girl Marriage, Child-Mother, Child-Double Absolute, Khorasan Razavi
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2021/07/8 | Accepted: 2021/09/9 | Published: 2022/12/2
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