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Running head: VALUE OF EDUCATION IN A WOMEN’S LIFE 1 Values of Education in a Women’s Life Atifa Chamadia University of Houston
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VALUE OF EDUCATION IN A WOMEN’S LIFE 2 Abstract This paper explores seven published articles that report on results from research conducted on women fighting for their right towards education, and on women progressing in professional level within jobs. Each article has its on ways of defining the progress that women have done. For example some articles talk about the influence educated women have on the jobs as professionals, and how some countries still have the society where women are only allowed to take care of family and their responsibilities. As one can tell time is changing for women in a better way, but it will take time for the world as a whole to view women as a strong link in very day matters. Keywords : women, education, society, culture, responsibilities
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VALUE OF EDUCATION IN A WOMEN’S LIFE 3 Values of Education in a Women’s Life This paper focuses on the women of the 21 st century who are able to stand strong in today’s society and match up to the same level at the men. Women have come a long way fighting for their rights for equality. In the past women faced many challenges related to gender because we were known as the weak ones in society, but no matter whom it was during each time period from Susan B. Anthony to Rosa Parks all fought for their equality in one way or the other. Women nowadays have progressed in so many ways into becoming leaders in large business, and taken up the same professions as men. This proves that it won’t be long before women are known as the strong link in society. All these articles based on women around the world that I have referred to contribute to the point that I am trying to prove through this paper. And that point is referring to the fact that women have the right to be equal and have the right to be educated. In Fox et al.’s (2011) summary article analyzing the importance of undergraduate women in the fields of science and engineering. It focuses on the study of disparities between men and women and the influence higher education has on the ability of women. Four different patterns were reveled in the program in the united states 1) definitions of the issue of women in science and engineering,2) their situation to address the issue,3) their goal and perceived success with goals, and 4) their organizational characteristics and relationship to the larger institutional environment ,(Fox et al., 2011). Gender is taken improvement for women in scientific fields. Women all around have limited access when it comes to participation, or competition in working fields. Scientific fields are very influential and powerful authoritative knowledge.
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VALUE OF EDUCATION IN A WOMEN’S LIFE 4 In Gibbons et al.’s (2011) this article summaries the influence of family on the development of career in one’s life. It focuses and examines the career and work experience of
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