عنوان مقاله [English]
Using a Bourdieu method, this study examines the changes in women's work and activities and attitudes toward having children and their value in rural and nomadic feild. The sample size in this study was 38 people who were selected by theoretical sampling and the method of analysis of interviews was content analysis. The results show that the young generation of women and girls in rural feild despise some jobs such as animal husbandry and agriculture compared to the previous generation. The intensity of the changes in the nomadic field is such that it will probably cause the current generation of nomads to be the last generation of nomads in the country. Decreasing the number of children in the family is a category that can be seen in both fields. There are similarities in the characteristics of being child-centered in the nomadic and rural fields, with the difference that in the nomadic field, children are the factor of production and economic power and work together with their parents to secure their future lives; But in the rural feild, children have acquired emotional value and have been deprived of economic value and production.