First Advisor

Leonard F. Robertson

Date of Publication

1983

Document Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Master of Science in Teaching (M.S.T.)

Department

Education

Language

English

Subjects

Women -- Employment -- Middle East, Women -- Middle East

DOI

10.15760/etd.5338

Physical Description

1 online resource (127 p.)

Abstract

In this survey, women's roles (jobs) and their participation in the workforce in the Muslim Middle-Eastern countries will be discussed generally; moreover, some of the Middle-Eastern countries, such as Egypt and Iran, will be studied a little more specifically as a sample. The status of women, their education, skills, and profession, will be explained historically from the date of the Islamic period until today. The problems and factors that prohibited women from having outside jobs, social life, and equal rights in past and present times (from 610 A.D. to 1982) will be analyzed. On the other hand, the attempt is to make a general picture of women's conditions in the society to which they belong from the time of Muslim's Prophet until today.

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