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The aim of this paper is to review this issue is: what role for women in agriculture are there? Its activities in line with the new agricultural reform and as a farmer, you know? Identification and exchange of information in this article through interviews with 57 women who attended full-time in agriculture has been done. Qualitative method in this paper by content analysis was the key concepts and key issues rather than imposing predetermined considers theoretical framework. The analysis of the experiences of Jirestan women in agriculture led to the identification of 478 primary codes, 19 sub categories and 4 main categories and 1 Theme. Overall, Jirestan women farmers have achieved a new way of production that gives them permission to do so within the new conditions of economic and social role; The difference is that with the current focus on agriculture and gender relations and the relations of production can be Entrepreneurial initiatives, and there is no need to add activities to the farm. In addition, I argue in this paper that such alternatives tend to be confused by rural women in research work as "commodification of a local tradition" will be remembered. Unfortunately, basic shortcomings that interpretation of the normative patterns institutionalized in agriculture and rural areas (Power mechanisms and local resistance).
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