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dc.contributor.advisorGüler Aydın, Derya
dc.contributor.authorEbadi, Sahar
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dc.date.issued2019-02
dc.date.submitted2019-01-14
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dc.description.abstractFeminist economics which emerged during women’s movement in the nineteenth century has developed the concept of gender relations in the various aspects of social and economic life. It challenges the male-dominated economic methods and questions why women have been ignored in economic activities and seeks to improve the economic situation of women. In traditional economy, domestic work which is the cheapest and most difficult phase of production has been considered as a woman task. However, women have the largest share of world unpaid jobs, but their participation of the world's total workforce is more than past years. Some economic analysts like Kenny Dawn argue that if women were hired in jobs with pay, the world's economic situation was much better than the current one. In this thesis we will try to introduce the feminist economics which is a new subject to the literature, gives a new perspective on economic life, make contributions to the feminist movement and examine female prespective on economic approaches. A review of studies up today, mostly reveal that the status of women in the economy has been ignored. Also, in this study, it was aimed to investigate the woman's perspective on the economics. For this purpose, in the first chapter after the concept of feminism is explained, the emergence process of feminism is set forth. Different types of feminist economics theories has formed the second part of study. The last part of the study describes the contribution of feminist economics in the economic and social life and feminist economics point of view regarding the concept of women in the economy has been explained with reference to the views of feminist economists. Actually by means of gender inequality factor, we analyzed the economic growth in Iran. We investigate whether gendered outcomes in labor markets and education have macroeconomic effects and, in particular, whether gender inequality affects the rate of economic growth. Based on the results obtained in this study, it can be argued that reducing gender inequality increases the rate of economic growth. Decreasing gender inequality in employment and education increases the rate of economic growth, in other words, empowering women and increasing the participation of them in economic activities will lead to a high growth rate of economy.tr_TR
dc.description.tableofcontentsACCEPTANCE AND APPROVAL iii YAYIMLAMA VE FİKRİ MÜLKİYET HAKLARI BEYANI................................iiii ETİK BEYAN...............................................................................................................iiiii ABSTRACT iiv ÖZET vi INTRODUCTION 1 CHAPTER 1: HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENT OF FEMINISM AND FEMINIST THEORIES 4 1.1. THE CONCEPT OF FEMINISM 4 1.2. HISTORY OF FEMINISM 5 1.3. TYPES OF FEMINISM 9 1.3.1. Enlightenment and Feminism 9 1.3.2. Cultural Feminism 11 1.3.3. Marxist Feminism 12 1.3.4. Radical Feminism 18 1.3.5. Lesbian Feminism 21 1.3.6. Black Feminism 22 1.3.7. Socialist Feminist 24 1.3.8. Postmodern Feminism 26 2. CHAPTER 2 : FEMINIST ECONOMICS 33 2.1. THE ORIGINS OF FEMINIST ECONOMICS 35 2.2. THE CONTENT OF FEMINIST ECONOMICS 39 2.3. THE ASSUMPTIONS OF MAINSTREAM ECONOMICS VERSUS THE FEMINIST ECONOMICS 42 2.4. TRANSFORMATION REGARDING FEMINISM 44 2.5. THE BRANCHES OF FEMINIST ECONOMICS 46 2.5.1. Affirmative Action 47 2.5.2. Feminist Empiricism 48 2.5.3. Feminist Difference 51 2.5.4. Feminist Constructionism 52 2.5.5. Feminist Economics and Postmodernism 54 3.CHPTER 3: WOMEN’S EDUCATION, LABOR MARKET PARTICIPATION AND ECONOMIC GROWTH IN IRAN 58 3.1. GENDER PERSPECTIVE IN ECONOMICS 58 3.2. UNDER-REPRESENTATION OF WOMEN IN ECONOMICS 59 3.3. WOMEN’S TRADITIONAL WORK AND WOMEN IN PROFESSION 60 3.4. AN INQUIRY INTO THE FEMINIST ECONOMICS 62 3.5. GENDER EQUALITY 65 3.5.1. Gender Inequality and Feminist Economics 67 3.5.2. Gender Equality and Economic Growth 67 3.6. EMPIRICAL CONCERNS IN FEMINIST ECONOMICS 72 3.6.1. Female’s Education, Labor force participation and Growth: The Case of Iran 73 CONCLUSION 79 BIBLIOGRAPHY 81 APPENDIX1. Ethics Board Waiver Form..................................................................88 APPENDIX2. Originality Report.................................................................................89tr_TR
dc.language.isoengtr_en
dc.publisherSosyal Bilimler Enstitüsütr_TR
dc.rightsinfo:eu-repo/semantics/openAccesstr_TR
dc.subjectEconomics
dc.subjectFeminism
dc.subjectFeminist Economics
dc.subjectGender inequality
dc.subjectGrowth
dc.titleEconomic growth in Iran from the gender perspectivetr_en
dc.title.alternativeFeminist economicstr_TR
dc.typemasterThesistr_TR
dc.description.ozetOn dokuzuncu yüzyılda kadın hareketiyle birlikte ortaya çıkan feminist iktisat, toplumsal ve iktisadi yaşamın çeşitli yönlerinde toplumsal cinsiyet ilişkileri kavramını geliştirmiştir. Feminist iktisat, erkeklerin egemen olduğu iktisadi yöntemlere karşı çıkar, kadınların iktisadi faaliyetlerde neden görmezden gelindiğini sorgular ve kadınların ekonomik olarak durumunu iyileştirmeyi hedefler. Geleneksel iktisatta, üretimin en ucuz ve en zor aşaması olan ev işleri, kadın işi olarak kabul edilmiştir. Dünyadaki ücretsiz işlerde en büyük paya kadınlara sahip olmakla birlikte, kadınların toplam işgücüne katılımının geçmiş yıllarla kıyaslandığında arttığı söylenebilir. Kenny Dawn gibi bazı iktisatçılar, kadınların ücretli işlerde işe alınmaları durumunda, dünyanın ekonomik durumunun mevcut durumdan çok daha iyi olacağını savunur. Bu tezde, ilk olarak, literatürde yeni bir konu olan feminist iktisadın ne olduğu ortaya konulmuş, ve böylece iktisadi hayata yeni bir bakış açısı getirilmeye, feminist harekete katkıda bulunulmaya ve ekonomik yaklaşımlarda kadın bakış açısı incelenmeye çalışılmıştır. Günümüzde yapılan çalışmalar incelendiğinde, çoğunlukla ekonomide kadınların durumunun göz ardı edildiğini görülmektedir. Bununla birlikte çalışmada, iktisatta kadın bakış açısının araştırılması amaçlanmıştır. Bu amaçla, ilk bölümde feminizm kavramı ortaya konulmakta ve ardından feminist iktisadın ortaya çıkış süreci incelenmektedir. Çalışmanın ikinci bölümünü, farklı feminist iktisat kuramları oluşturmaktadır. Çalışmanın son bölümünde, feminist iktisadın iktisadi ve toplumsal hayata katkısı tanımlanmakta ve feminist iktisadın iktisadi alanda kadına bakış açısı, feminist iktisatçıların görüşleri çerçevesinde incelenmektedir. Tezin son bölümünde, İran'nın işgücü piyasalarında ve eğitimde toplumsal cinsiyet yaklaşımının makroekonomik etkilerinin olup olmadığı ve özellikle toplumsal cinsiyet eşitsizliğinin ekonomik büyüme oranını etkileyip etkilemediğini araştırılmaktadır. Bu çalışmadan elde edilen sonuçlardan yola çıkılarak, toplumsal, cinsiyet eşitsizliğinin azaltılmasının iktisadi büyüme oranını arttırdığı söylenebilir. Bir başka deyişle, kadınların güçlendirilmesi ve ekonomik faaliyetlere katılımının arttırılması iktisadi büyümenin artmasına neden olacaktır.tr_TR
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