عنوان مقاله [English]
Abstract: This study was conducted to study the relationship between the structural pressures and the gendered gender identity of women in the 1990s. Since the researcher believes that the social conditions involved in the formation of gender identity in society play a significant role, in the 90s, due to changes in cultural politics that were consistent with Parsons theory and individual actions was encouraged in the form of cultural patterns for development, and the cinematic films of this era, in which structural pressures in women's lives were selected as one of the core themes, were sampled in the community. Discourse analysis was also selected for data analysis. The results showed that cinematic films reflect the existing social reality and protested with the characteristics of education, goal, struggle, action, and protest actions to promote the identity of a modern woman, which is the pattern of women, it was in this decade.