Women and Education: The Challenges in Education Process

Volume 3 Issue1 (January 2021)
Aysel Kahraman
Pages: 26-37 Download Count : 969 View Count: 1767 DOI Number 10.17220/tuara.2021.01.4 Facebook Share on Google+ Save to Zotero Save to Mendeley


Women whose education right were taken and have to be students after years face some difficulties. The most important of these difficulties is that women are married, their responsibilities increase due to having children, and when they try to be a student with these responsibilities, they face even more insurmountable situations. There are so many women in this situation in our country. This study was prepared to shed light on determining what difficulties these women are experiencing and what can be done to overcome these difficulties. In the study, 10 women suitable for this situation were reached. The interview technique, which is one of the qualitative research methods, was used and the questions in the semi-structured interview form were asked. The questions are; what they feel when they are left away from school, education life, what they miss about the school or classroom environment during their stay away from education, what it means to read and receive education, how they have made a way in their lives in the period when they are away from education, what problems they faced when they became a student after a long time were. The data obtained from the interviews were analyzed with the descriptive analysis method.


  • Women
  • gender
  • education and women
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