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Khadije Safiri, Sara Shahanavaz,
Volume 4, Issue 3 (2-2016)

In the modern world, changed social norms and values with socio-economic changes. One of the most important changes is Marriage and the family structure. By creating opportunities for women in the community and access to education and employment for them has been created tendency to delay marriage age. Women tend to play a new role and redefine their identity. Purpose of this research, is studies the girls lived experience of over 35 years through the grounded theory approach. The girls emphasized on their independent social and individual identity. They have to redefine their identity. However there is a pressure of traditional identity on the girl. Family and community emphasized to their marriage. Girls also tend to marry. In addition some structural factors effect on increasing the age of marriage and be single in girls. The girls have conflict in definition and construction their traditional and modern identity. They try to that balanced between traditional and modern identity.

Afsaneh Kamali, Khadijeh Safiri, Ahdieh Asadpour,
Volume 10, Issue 2 (11-2021)

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.

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