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نویسندگان [English]چکیده [English]
Since family is one of the most important social institutions found in various forms in any society, the study of this institution and its developments is important in understanding the developments of other societies, especially developed societies. In the contemporary era, along with changes in the attitude toward family, the relationship between women and men in this institution has undergone significant changes. Emphasizing on the developments resulted from the changing of views on family relationships and concepts, in the second wave of women's movements in the West, this paper examines the changes in the way of interactions between couples, and with the help of a movie by Ingmar Bergman, i.e. ‘Scenes from a marriage’, attempts to understand the meaning of love in these societies. By means of grounded theory approach, seven categories have been extracted from concepts and data analysis, among which ‘rereading the concept of love’ has been identified as a central category. Also, in the semantic extension resulted from the analysis of the logical relation between categories, the concept of ‘rebellion in liberation’ was perceived as the response of Western modern man to the transformation of the traditional meaning of love, which in some cases could be interpreted as the cause of human perplexity in the sudden confrontation between family and the flow of modernity.