عنوان مقاله [English]
In the age of communication, the digital divide has had different consequences in the field of culture, and the decline in women's fertility in the last two decades, which has led to the concern of responsible officials and managers, has also been affected by the cultural factors caused by the digital divide and other factors affecting fertility. In response to the question of how much the digital divide has impacted on the fertility of women living in Tehran, 600 of them were selected and surveyed in a systematic random sampling based on Lin's table. The findings of the study show a significant relationship between the digital divide and fertility and that some of the social components (ethnic origin, education and employment status of women) are related to female fertility. Finally, testing the research model using structural equations shows that social gap, digital divide and foreign language proficiency can account for 51% of the dependent variable, namely fertility behavior of married women residing in Tehran in 2018.