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Socialworkmag 2022, 10(4): 57-66 Back to browse issues page
The Role of Alienation, Gender Discrimination, and Stigma in excluding Women Prisoners from Interpersonal Interactions
Mahnaz Farahmand1, Seyed Reza Javadian2, Shakofe Jalili Pirani3
1- Department of sociology, faculty of social sciences, Yazd University , farahmandm@yazd.ac.ir
2- Department of social work, faculty of social sciences, Yazd University
3- Yazd University
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Introduction: The lived experience in prison is a situation that places women at greater risk of social exclusion more than any other social experience and imposes particular dimensions of social, cultural, and family deprivation. Thus, the current research tries to assess the effect of sociocultural factors on the social exclusion of women prisoners.
Methods: The method used in this study is survey-correlation research. The statistical society of this research is the female prisoners of Yazd and Shiraz cities. Due to the limited number of women prisoners who have been imprisoned more than once, a total of hundred eighteen prisoners were studied in Yazd and Shiraz.
Results: The findings showed that there is a significant relationship between social exclusion of women prisoners and stigma, alienation, and gender discrimination.(P <0.05) The regression results also supported the significant effect between stigma and social exclusion of women prisoners and twenty-seven and seven-tenths of the variance of the rate of social exclusion of women prisoners is explained by the stigma variable.
Conclusions: Women prisoners who do not follow the norms of society are more alienated, face more gender discrimination, suffer more stigma. Therfore meet more exclusion from family, relatives, and friends. They face more obstacles and limitations for their emotional and material needs, presence in society.
Keywords: Alienation, Gender Discrimination, Stigma, Women Prisoners, Social Exclusion
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2020/08/17 | Accepted: 2022/02/9 | Published: 2022/03/22
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Farahmand M, Javadian S R, Jalili Pirani S. The Role of Alienation, Gender Discrimination, and Stigma in excluding Women Prisoners from Interpersonal Interactions. Socialworkmag. 2022; 10 (4) :57-66
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