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Women’s status and religious norms and values

Women’s status and religious norms and values

There is a wide inconsistency between the status of women in Islam as determined by the doctrine of the Holy Qur’an and the customs11 in Pakistan. Provided that, in Pakistan, politics of religious parties has always rotated around religion and every ruler has engaged and taken to mean Islam arbitrarily …

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Working women’s satisfaction and desires

Working women’s satisfaction and desires

Money plays a significant role in the life of a man so he works for earning in accordance with his need and satisfaction (Smith 1964). On the other side, lack of his ability to satisfy needs may cause a result of frustration and detesting for the job while a satisfied …

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Pakistani Women in the Labour Market

Pakistani Women in the Labour Market

It is to analyze the urban and rural market in Pakistan in respect of women’s labour through this chapter. Before analyzing it will be focused on social and cultural strong-ness of the market, interaction between market and its social influence and contribution of working women in various professional set-up. The …

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Social Impediments to Women’s Political Empowerment

Social Impediments to Women’s Political Empowerment

Ideological tool is used as the gender role of ideology to keep women within the private field of home as mother and wife. It is a vital factor that in global world, women political empowerment is strongly blocked. The limitations between public and private in respect of women lives project …

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Women Rights Status in Pakistan

Women Rights Status in Pakistan

A close analysis of the implementation of women’s rights in Pakistan clearly shows that their rights are frequently violated on many accounts. The commandments of Islam in connection with women’s rights are interpreted by the different factions of society in their own way (Khan, 2004: 42). The ideology of Pakistan …

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