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Amerehee F, Shekarbeigi A, Salmani shahmohammadi A. Sociological Study of Gender Discrimination and its Impact on Socio-Economic Development (Case Study of District 3 of Tehran). AIJH 2019; 25 (2) :111-129
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1- , Islamic Azad University Central Tehran Branch,Tehran, Iran
2- Islamic Azad University Central Tehran Branch, Faculty of Social Sciences, Tehran, Iran
3- Islamic Azad University Central Tehran Branch, Faculty of Communication Sciences Tehran, Iran
Abstract:   (3531 Views)
Today, one of the most debatable issues of inequality is the issue of gender discrimination that is being discussed at various levels worldwide. This is an issue which if ignored; the society will not be able to move forward. The purpose of this study is to examine the sociological dimension of gender discrimination and its impact on socio-economic development (Tehran District 3). This is a survey research, which uses the descriptive-analytical method with questionnaire and Cochran's formula of sample size of 384 people in the first cluster sampling (blocking) and then in each block it applies simple random method to collect data. The statistical population is citizens of Tehran over 18 years of age, which is N = 296987. Pearson correlation and regression coefficients were used for data analysis by SPSS software. Results of correlation coefficient showed that economic factors with correlation (0.704) had the strongest relationship with social economic development and social factors (0.614). Political factors (0.331) were positively correlated and cultural factors (-0.618), biological factors (-0.404), and religious factors (-0.224) were negatively correlated with socioeconomic development. The results of regression coefficient also showed that economic factors accounted for 77% of the variations of socio-economic development variables, religious factors 21%, biological factors 46%, social factors 57%, cultural factors 61% and political factors affect 34%.
 
 
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Article Type: Qualitative Research | Subject: Arts and Humanities (General)
Received: 2019/06/4 | Accepted: 2019/10/1 | Published: 2018/12/20

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