Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11851/1838
Title: Anne-ergen çiftlerinin toplumsal cinsiyet rolleriyle ilgili algısının içerik analizi
Other Titles: Content Analysis of Maternal-Adolescent Pairs' Perception of Gender Roles
Authors: Işık-Baş, Hatice
Şahin-Acar, Başak
Özen-Çıplak, Ayça
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Keywords: Mother-adolescent
social gender schemas
content analysis
Issue Date: May-2014
Publisher: Türk Psikologlar Derneği
Source: Işık-Baş, H., Şahin-Acar, B., & Özen-Çıplak, A. Anne-Ergen Çiftlerinin Toplumsal Cinsiyet Rolleriyle İlgili Algısının İçerik Analizi.
Abstract: The aim of the current study is to investigate mother-adolescent pairs’ social gender schemas with the content analysis in a qualitative way. With this aim, 61 mother-adolescent pairs were recruited and semi-structured interviews were applied to all participants in the laboratory settings individually. In the interviews applied to each pairs (mother-adolescent) individually, adolescents were asked about how they wanted to be in the future as a woman/as a man and their mothers were asked about how they want their daughter/son to be in the future as a woman/as a man. After each participant’s answer was transcribed individually, their answers were investigated qualitatively. Thematic units in their answers were determined, and those thematic units were placed under the three categories: Femininity, Masculinity, Natural. Also, participants’ answer were tested with a non-parametric statistical test (chi-square) in order to compare the frequency of categories that is used by a) mother-adolescent pairs b) girls-boys c) girls’ mothers-boys’ mothers. The results indicated significant differences in the frequency of main categories used by girls’ mothers-boys’ mothers and girls-boys. Findings were discussed in the light of social gender role theories.
URI: https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11851/1838
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