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THE EVALUATION OF FACTORS AFFECTING WOMEN TENDENCIES’ TOWARD MANLY OCCUPATIONS (CASE STUDY: FEMALE STUDENTS OF POLICE COLLEGE AND ALLAMEH TABATABAI SOCIAL SCIENCES DEPARTMENT 2012-2013)

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 Start Page 43 | End Page 55

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WOMEN tend to do MANLY OCCUPATIONS lies within social phenomena that can be seen in recent years. One of these jobs, is police jobs, the study seeks to answer the question of what factors influence the tendency for police jobs. Feminist theories, and religious authorities on WOMEN's employment, gender division of labor theory, the theory of biological differences, labor market segregation theory and the theory of job separation, are the theories used in this study. The method used in this research is survey and a questionnaire is distributed among 100 individuals consists of 50 female students from Police College and 50 students from the Faculty of Social Sciences of Allameh Tabatabai University. SPSS software is used to analyze the relationship of variables by the Pearson correlation coefficient. Results show that the six hypotheses to explain the relationship between mass media advertising, Employment security, psychological characteristics of WOMEN consider WOMEN equal to men in need of clothes female police presence (independent variables) and the tendency for police jobs (dependent variable) tackles, three hypotheses confirmed three hypotheses were rejected. Hypothesis was confirmed by the relationship between mass media propaganda, psychological characteristics of WOMEN in Islamic society requires WOMEN police (independent variables) and the tendency for police jobs (dependent variable) shows that there is a direct and positive relationship. With the rise of mass media propaganda, psychological characteristics of WOMEN, Islamic society requires more police WOMEN and also WOMEN tendencies toward being a cop rise.

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