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Kamali M, Yousefi H, Mohammadi S. A Study and Analysis of Kurdish Legends Based on Stephanie Garrett's Sociological Theory of Gender. CFL 2024; 12 (56) :75-106
URL: http://cfl.modares.ac.ir/article-11-70790-en.html
1- Assistant Professor of Persian Language and Literature, Payam Nour University, Tehran, Iran. , kamali.mahmoud@Pnu.ac.ir
2- Assistant Professor of Persian Language and Literature, Payam Nour University, Tehran, Iran.
3- MA in Persian Language and Literature, Payam Nour University, Tehran, Iran.
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Sociology has delved into different approaches, including sociology of literature, critical discourse analysis which aims to study cultural and literary works, and investigate and analyze the impact of social constructions on the aspects of human life which is reflected in cultural, artistic and literary works. Sociology of gender is one of the new branches of sociology that studies the structure of gender relations and inequalities. The present article aimed to show the mentality and culture of Kurdish regions towards women with a descriptive-analytical approach from the view of gender sociology and based on Kurdish legends. The results of the research show that despite the existence of few Kurdish legends that have a positive point of view to women's gender, the prevailing mentality in this geographical region shows gender misconceptions about women. This part of Kurdish folklore is gendered and most of the Kurdish legends that are related to women are expression of humiliation, gender discrimination, and underestimating women.
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Article Type: پژوهشی اصیل | Subject: Popular literature
Received: 2023/07/27 | Accepted: 2024/01/15 | Published: 2024/05/19

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