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"Learning to Treat Myself Better"：Two Married Women's Learning Experiences from the Family Page of Newspapers
This paper aims to explore the learning of married women to alter their attentive roles in domestic affairs with respect to the influence of the media, and in particular the Family Page of newspapers. Based on a review of the literature concerning gender and adult learning, as well as an analysis of the sense of self indicated in two main newspapers in Taiwan, married female readers were interviewed. Descriptions and analysis of the two interviewees’ statements suggest that the newspaper texts were viewed and interpreted in different ways, associated in part with interviewees’ self concepts and experiences of life. The analysis also illustrates the difficulties for women to transform traditional gender roles entirely. The limitations for regarding the Family Page as a role-changing information resource is consequently emphasized, even though reading the page is an essential means for interviewees to learn. Issues for further research are finally put forward.
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