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    Title: 家庭角色變遷對智利女性的影響
    Other Titles: Effects of family-role changes on Chilean women
    Authors: 王珮瓊;Wang, Pei-Chiung
    Contributors: 淡江大學美洲研究所碩士班
    林欽明;Lin, Chin-Ming
    Keywords: 智利;女性;家庭角色;夫妻關係;親子關係;親屬關係;工作家庭衝突;子女教育和教養;Chile;gender relations;family roles;conjugal relations;parent-child relations;kinship;Work-Family Conflict;children's education
    Date: 2013
    Issue Date: 2014-01-23 13:09:42 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 在社會變遷的過程中,隨著家庭結構的轉變和越來越多女性出外工作,智利女性的傳統家庭角色產生了變化。本研究主要探討智利女性家庭角色的改變對家庭內部的夫妻關係、親子關係和親屬關係帶來的影響,女性出外工作與家庭之間的衝突,以及智利單親母親家庭中,子女的教育和教養所遭受的衝擊。
    In the process of social change, as family structures change and women increasingly participate in labor force, there has been a change in Chilean women’s traditional family roles. The main purpose of this thesis is to explore how the changes in family roles have impacted on conjugal relations, parent-child relations, kinships, the work-family conflict, and children’s education especially in single mothers’ families.
    The study found out that the change of family roles, induced by increasing awareness of individual autonomy and gender equality, has resulted in readjustment of power relationships between husbands and wives, with different gender relations in families of different socioeconomic status, as well as in parent-child relations. In regards of kinship, the study found out that taking care of elderly and disabled people are still within the major domain of Chilean women. Furthermore, Chilean women, who have dual responsibilities in work and family, have to figure out how to deal with the work-family conflict, which at times resulted in domestic violence, marital instability, etc. because of deficiencies in those solutions.
    In regards of children’s education, the study found that although Chilean fathers in recent years have spent more time in their children’s education, mothers are still the primary undertakers of this responsibility. Moreover, in Chile, neither the fact that mothers go out to work nor absence of fathers is found to be the main factor affecting children’s upbringing.
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