2 edition of Women"s roles in the Middle East and North Africa found in the catalog.
Women"s roles in the Middle East and North Africa
Ruth Margolies Beitler
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Ruth Margolies Beitler and Angelica R. Martinez|
|Series||Women"s roles through history, Women"s roles through history|
|Contributions||Martinez, Angelica R.|
|LC Classifications||HQ1726.5 .B45 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxviii, 225 p. :|
|Number of Pages||225|
|ISBN 10||0313362408, 0313362416|
|ISBN 10||9780313362408, 9780313362415|
|LC Control Number||2010002232|
Today there is a small but growing number of women in the parliaments of Turkey, Egypt, Jordan, and Lebanon, and in the fall of , the Moroccan parliament is hoping to bring women into (shelved 1 time as middle-east-women) avg rating — 10, ratings — published Want to Read saving.
Across Egypt, Morocco, Lebanon and the Palestinian territories, 10, men and women were asked about gender equality in the Middle East and North Africa. Gender roles are not only hindering the potential of women in Africa, but they are also hindering Africa’s potential. About 90 percent of the Sub-Saharan Africa’s food is tended to by women who have little say in the economy that affects their work. While women in Africa do the lion’s share of work, they are not valued the same as men.
But actually, most of the women in the Middle-East, especially those who live in conservative countries, are still accept their status and the role that they play in the society. (Mahnaz Afkhami, ) Women need to play a ‘proper role’ in the society especially in . In this book, comparisons among women within the region will be made, and some comparisons will be made between Middle East/North African women and women of other third world regions. Indeed, as a major objective of this book is to show the changing and variable status of women in the Middle East, the most effective method is to.
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Historical survey of women in the Middle East, sans North Africa, from 8, B.C.E. to C.E.by Guity Nashat; and an overview of women in the Middle East and North Africa in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, by Judith Tucker. Over ten years in the making, this volume, like the others in the series, evolved from a series of teachingAuthor: Heather J Sharkey.
Extrait de la couverture: "Freedom House has launched a new, comprehensive study The overarching goal of this survey is to facilitate and support national and international efforts to empower women in the Middle East and North Africa. The study presents a comparative evaluation of women's rights in sixteen countries and one territory.
Introduction to Women and Gender Roles in the Middle East Many people hold a rather bleak view of girls’ and women’s lives in the Middle East and Muslim world; constrictive stereotypes and judgments about social practices create a one dimensional depiction of women that doesn’t reflect their true depth and variety.
Women's Rights in the Middle East and North Africa is an essential source for information and analysis about where that struggle is today, and where we need to make advances.
I hope that this important study will inform the discussion about gender equality and mobilize concrete action in the region to bring about genuine change for the women of Author: Sameena Nazir. This book examines the position of women in the contemporary Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region.
Although it is culturally diverse, this region shares many commonalities with relation to women that are strong, deep, and pervasive: a space-based patriarchy, a culturally strong sense of religion, a smooth co-existence of tradition and modernity, a transitional stage /5(2).
Freedom HouseOs innovative publication WomenOs Rights in the Middle East and North Africa: Progress Amid Resistance analyzes the status of women in the region, with a special focus on the gains and setbacks for womenOs rights since the first edition was released in The study presents a comparative evaluation of conditions for women in 17 countries and one territory:.
What has been the track record of women’s rights movements in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region. And, how do MENA women compare today with their peers elsewhere. This short paper elaborates on the various phases of women’s quest for rights and equality in the MENA region and compares their struggles and gains of in the West.
The Truth About Women in the Middle East to the unequal and precarious position of women in the Middle East and North Africa. Eltahawy argued that in the Muslim world women are treated like. Women's Rights in the Middle East and North Africa: Supporting the Fight for Freedom and Equality.
05/10/ am ET Updated While the rest of the world commemorated International Women's Day on March 8, women in the Middle East had less to celebrate than most.
Gender and development in the Middle East and North Africa: women in the public sphere (English) Abstract. This book identifies the economic and social obstacles that women in the Middle East and North Africa face in seeking by: Why are Middle Eastern women forced to wear the veil.
Why are they so oppressed?" asks a student in response to the anonymous questionnaire I hand out on the first day of my course covering the history of women in the MENA (the Middle East and North Africa, here broadly defined as the region that stretches from Afghanistan in the East to Morocco in the West).
North Africa. Algeria. Algeria is regarded as a relatively liberal nation and the status of women reflects this. Unlike other countries in the region, equality for women is enshrined in Algerian laws and the constitution.
They can vote and run for political positions. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Reader Q&A To ask other readers questions about Women in the Middle East and North Africa, please sign up/5(11).
Middle East. The Arab Spring of confirmed this region as a centre of debates over women’s rights, though of course not all residents are Arab.
Women joined in anti-colonial movements from the beginning and today support diverse political alternatives. This book investigates why the rate of female labor force participation in the Middle East and North Africa is the lowest in the world.
The author argues that the primary reason is the institution of patriarchy. By quantifying and measuring patriarchy across sixty developing countries over thirty years the book shows that MENA is in fact the. Tracing the evolution of the role of women beginning with ancient Middle Eastern societies through the 17th century, Nashat and Tucker examine the interplay between local practices and early Islamic beliefs and institutions, as well as economic activity, access to political power, and contributions to cultural life.
Gender Stereotyped Roles and the Middle East Scott Douglas Jacobsen and guest, Joana Aziz, discuss her experience living in Syria and Lebanon, and sense of Saudi Arabia.
Study carried out across Middle East and north Africa shows sexist attitudes prevail, with men’s views of equality at odds with hopes of young women. A woman in the City of the Dead in Cairo. Gender and Development in the Middle East and North Africarecognizes the complexity of gender issues, explores the causes of gender inequality,and proposes an agenda for book has been endorsed by two tireless advocates for gender equality: Her Majesty Queen Rania Al-Abdullah of Jordan and Shirin Size: 2MB.
Historical Dictionary of Women in the Middle East and North Africa Toronto: Scarecrow Press, pages. Hardcover $ While the role of women in the Middle East and North Africa has generally been neglected or ignored in studies of the region's historical, social and political development, this book helps to place them at the center.
the Middle East, and Southeast Asia (cultural, religious, political, etc.) play a crucial part in the status of women and the key features of gender roles in these particular geographic regions. The Middle East and North Africa share commonalities through Arabic and Islamic culture.Women's Roles Through History: Women's Roles in the Middle East and North Africa Women's Roles Through History: Women's Roles in the Middle East and North Africa.
Editor/Author Beitler, Ruth Margolies and Martinez, Angelica R. Publication Year: Publisher: ABC-CLIO. ISBN: Category: Social Sciences - Women, Gender. This timely book brings together leading regional researchers to offer original research linking gender equality with economic policy, reinforcing the agenda from a broad-based perspective.
Sample Chapter(s) Foreword ( KB) Chapter 1: Women, Work, and Welfare in the Middle East and North Africa: Introduction and Overview ( KB) Contents.