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:: Volume 3, Issue 11 (Autumn 2021) ::
Child Rights 2021, 3(11): 65-78 Back to browse issues page
Children and Changes in the Iranian Family: An Introduction to the Future of Childhood in Iran
Maryam Sha’ban
Faculty of Social Sciences, Tehran University, Tehran, Iran.
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Background and Aim: This study, seeks to identify the situation of Iranian children based on changes in the family institution. This study is an introduction to studies on the future of children in Iran because they provide us with an overview of their situation in the next few years.
Method: The research approach is qualitative and multiple research methods such as documentary analysis, secondary information analysis and meta-analysis have been used to collect and analyze the findings.
Results: Findings show that children, their childhood and children's rights, as the three main pillars of childhood studies, are rapidly changing within the transformational environment of the family institution in Iran. Their least change is in the first level (1), i.e. the decrease in the population of children due to the decrease in marriage and birth rates; 2- Child development with the focus on conceptual development goes from a collectivist and family-based meaning to an individualized conceptual space, more harmful and limited to cyberspace; 3- By the evolution of children's rights from principles and materials based on the centrality of the family institution to a more individualistic law and with the reduction of cohesion and solidarity of the family institution and reducing the role of family support and supervision over children, the importance of legal structure with more precise executive provisions for children is increasing.
Conclusion: The results show that the future of children and their childhood in Iran follows the family changes towards reducing the population of children, more individuality of children, more vulnerability and isolation, increasing the importance of children's rights and refining its materials in all dimensions and up to the highest level as well as the increase in the executive guarantee of articles related to child rights.

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Shaban M. Children and Changes in the Iranian Family: An Introduction to the Future of Childhood in Iran. Child Rights Journal. 2021; 3(11): 65-78.
Keywords: Family Changes, Childhood, Child in Family, Childhood Future, Child Rights
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Type of Study: Original Article |
Received: 2021/09/26 | Accepted: 2021/11/21
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