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|Other Titles:||The Qualitative Exploration of the Gender Growing Experience and Gender Consciousness of Different Generational Elementary School Female Teachers|
Department of Civil Education and Leadership, NTNU
The purpose of this study was to explore the gender growing experience and gender consciousness of different generational elementary school female teachers. This study used the concept of historical generation to divide female teachers into different generations. The end year of martial law-Min-Kuo 76 year-was set to be the dividing point because after the year, Taiwan society was believed to change enormously. The teachers who grew up in martial law years and worked as elementary school teacher over 15 years and those who grew up after martial law years are assumed senior and young generation teachers. Data was collected through qualitative in-depth interviews of four female teachers. Two belonged to senior generation, and the others young generation. The conclusion of this study was as follows: The gender atmosphere of Taiwan society somehow changed because of the Taiwan women's movement. The generation difference appeared in the internalizing degree of traditional gender role. Comparing to the young generation, senior female teachers tended to accept the traditional gender role, such as wife and mother. On the other hand, the patriarchy system was still working through all kinds of social institutions, so the female teachers were continually aware of sexism in their daily life. However, all of them supported gender equity value and tried to change the patriarchy society in their own way due to their personal trait of reflection.
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