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Surveying of Effective Factors on Village Women’s Satisfaction of Incorporations (Case Study of Alborz Province Women’s Incorporations in Iran)

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Women always have played significant role in rural communities developing process, so that they mostly occupied in agricultural and animal husbandry activities as much as men and they represent the considerable part of workforce. According to the previous studies, 70 % of villager women are engaged in garden and agricultural activities. In spite of this fact, women’s work, are usually left unpaid and in other cases their payment are always less than men. In recent years, by the entrance of minor industries to villager communities and the prevalence of agricultural convertible industries, we can see villager incorporation development, particularly villager women incorporations. Karaj city has inactive capability in developing occupation and earning for villager women in the incorporation form because of its agricultural and tourism potential, and according to the statistics declared by Alborz Province Villager Organization, there are 3 incorporation in this province allocated to the women. The purpose of this study is surveying women’s satisfaction level of incorporation performance in the field of occupations and entrepreneurship and providing women’s requirements. Research method is analytical-descriptive method in this study and the study population are all villager women incorporation’s members that by applying Kerogen formula and random sampling method, 127 persons have been chosen and by using questionnaire their satisfaction is estimated. In order to analysis findings and comparing them with other researchers’ results, previous studies have been used and finally it was found that the villager women incorporations’ satisfaction percentage is 95% in comparison with not joined women and incorporations have had the optimal efficiency in occupation and also it is resulted that there is a significant relation between training, earning, and entrepreneurship in the level of 99 percent.



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