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タイトル: アフガニスタンにおける家族と生活 -2006年度バーミヤンにおけるフィールドワークをもとに-
その他のタイトル: Family and Daily Life in Afghanistan : From the Research in Bamyan in 2006
著者: 宮坂, 靖子
著者(別表記) : Miyasaka, Yasuko
著者読み: みやさか, やすこ
キーワード: アフガニスタン; 家族; 生活; ジェンダー; 教育; ハザラ; サイイド
発行日: 2007年 3月
出版者: 奈良女子大学家政学会
引用: 家政学研究, Vol.53, No.2, pp.81-90
抄録: In this paper we discuss the lifestyle and cultural values of the Afghan people focusing on family and gender roles in Bamyan in Afghanistan. First we investigated the household resident patterns and family structure. Secondly we observed gender role differences between husband and wife in their daily life. We then focus on attitude concerning the education of children. This research is based on fieldwork carried out in May, 2006 in Dokani in the Bamyan-center province and Band-e-Amir in Yakawlang province of Bamyan district in Afghanistan. The findings are as follows: 1. The household structures are classified into three categories, nuclear family, joint family, and the compound household, of which the nuclear and joint families are the majority. Nuclear families maintain an extended kinship network in the community. The family system is basically patrilineal and patrilocal. 2. There are two main social groups, the Hazaras and the Sayyeds, between which there are wide social and economic disparities. For instance, the Hazaras are landless peasants, almost all of whom become servants of the Sayyeds. The Sayyeds' educational aspirations for their children are quite high compared to the Hazaras. 3. There is clear gender segregation and a division of gender roles. Child rearing and housework, including caring of livestock, carrying water, are assigned to women. On the other hand pasturage is managed by men. Because an infrastructure for water and electricity is not yet developed, there is a great deal of housework for women. 4. As children are also considered a source of labor within household, sons and daughters are expected to support their father and mother, respectively. For this reason they are absent from school during term several times a year.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10935/821
ISSN: 0286-7036
出現コレクション:Vol.53,No.2(2007)

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