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Atifa Chamadia 2/27/2011 Summary of Journals 1) This article focuses on the importance of women in the workplace, and how women have advanced in qualifications to modernize their living. 2) This article talks about the importance of women being educated in the science and engineering field. It compares men and women educational levels. 3) This article focuses on women’s perspective on healthcare, lack of time, health related behavior, and etc. 4) This article focuses on career and work experience of women whose parents aren’t educated till high school and the influence this has of family upbringing. 5) This article focuses on the importance of colored women as teachers, and professors and the importance of civil rights when teaching others about the history. 6) This article talks about the Muslim women from Israel who are presently studying in Jordan, and how they experienced freedom and independence. But when they have to go
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Unformatted text preview: back home they experience much pain and conflict. 7) This article talks about the views women have on arranged marriages while having high education in the United Kingdom, and how they actively participate in South Asian community. 8) This article emphasizes the role and awareness of higher education and the impact on women in Pakistan society, and women who acquired high education enjoy their right in society. 9) This article focuses on how women experience working in higher education differently then males, and how women are just as equal when it comes to education when compared to men. 10) This article mentions how the women of Hmong have high aspirations when it comes to love, marriage, and education, but the lack confidence in their abilities to make their goals come true....
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