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Since there is a lack of research about female labor personality in society and further consequences in Iran, this paper intends to find a suitable answer to the following question by focusing on cultural roles of females at Kerman city. “Whether labor is a necessity for a lady through historical periods and various social/cultural situations?”
According to the evidences, matriarchy was a great value in major system of Iranian Families. But after finding of production tools, women found an instrumental role simultaneous with start of slavery time. Then women were led towards bodily investment due to exclusivity of water, land and products and alienation from one side due to low rate of population and also lack of labor force and additional cruelty on the other. As a result, women selection was limited along with prevention from any active participation in social fields. By focusing on Parsons, Radcliff Brown structural function-oriented hypothesis and Evolutionism ideas, this paper is made by focusing on content analysis method and through data collection with library & field studies (Interview and participative observation).