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This research was designed to explore the experience of young religious Jewish women in an Israeli religious teacher-education college who combined motherhood and studies, and learn more about the coping strategies and their implications on their immediate environment. The findings revealed that combining motherhood and studies shattered religious traditional frameworks and established new mindsets among the participants’ family members and in their communities. In order to overcome all the many challenges that this combination imposed upon them, the participants modified spheres and deconstructed religious patriarchal patterns of motherhood. By so doing students-mothers adjusted the private and public spheres to their needs.
Updated: Jul. 22, 2015