Reflective female identity and how women spend their leisure time in Yazd
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Leisure time and how to spend it in the modern era is one of the basic issues in people's social life, and due to the prevalence of consumer culture and the formation of fundamental changes in people's lifestyles, its importance has increased. The present study was conducted with the aim of "investigating the relationship between the rethinking of female identity and the leisure patterns of women in Yazd". The method used in this research is a survey type, using a questionnaire tool and a proportional cluster sampling of 403 women living in Yazd city. In this research, leisure time has been measured in two dimensions, traditional and modern. The results showed that the total average (in the range of 1 to 5) of the female reflexive identity variable is equal to 3.51. In this way, in total, the level of female identity among sample women is higher than the average, which is the number 3. Also, there is a relationship between background variables such as respondents' marital status, their age, education status and women's employment status with how they spend their free time. Also, there is a relationship between the variable of female rethinking identity and leisure time among women in Yazd city.
Journal of Woman & Society, Volume:13 Issue: 4, 2023
83 to 102  
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