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Atifa Chamadia 2/27/2012 Citations 1) McBride, A. (2011). Lifting the barriers? Workplace education and training, women and job progression. Gender, Work And Organization, 18 (5), 528-547. 2) Fox, M., Sonnert, G., & Nikiforova, I. (2011). Programs for undergraduate women in science and engineering: Issues, Problems, and Solutions. Gender & Society 25 (5), 589-615. 3) Avery, M.D., Escoto, K., Gilchrist, L.D., & Peden- McAlpine, C. (2011). Health education priorities: Perspectives from women’s voices. Health Care For Women International, 32 (10), 887-900. 4) Gibbons, M.M., Woodside, M., Hannon, C., Sweeney, J.R., & Davison, J. (2011). The lived experience of work and career: Women whose parents lack postsecondary education. The Career Development Quarterly, 59 (4), 315-329. 5) Turner, C., Gonzalez, J., & Wong (lau), K. (2011). Faculty women of color: The critical nexus of race and gender. Journal of Diversity In Higher Education, 4 (4), 199-211. 6) Arar, K. (2011). ‘Trapped between two worlds’- Muslim Palestinian women from Israel in
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Unformatted text preview: Jordanian Universities: New identity and the price it demands. Social Identities: Journal For The Study Of Race, Nation And Culture, 17 (5), 625-642. 7) Bhopal, K. (2011). ‘Education makes you have more say in the way you life goes’: Indian women and arranged marriages in the United Kingdom. British Journal Of Society Of Education, 32 (3), 431-447. 8) Ud Din, M., Khan, F., Khan, M., Khaleeq, A., & Rani, I. (2011). Perceptions of women regarding the social awareness and role of higher education in Pakistan. Interdisciplinary Journal Of Contemporary Research In Business, 2 (10), 466-477. 9) Aiston, S. (2011). Equality, justice and gender: Barriers to the ethical university for women. Ethics And Education, 6 (3), 279-291. 10) Huong, N., Oosternoff, p., & White, J. (2011). Aspirations and realities of love, marriage, and education among Hmong women. Culture, Health, & Sexuality, 13 (Suppl 2), S201-S215....
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