POSC60.3 - POSC 60 Fall, 2007 2. Women The developing...

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POSC 60 Fall, 2007 2. Women The developing countries of the global South account for over one billion people living in extreme poverty and without provision or many basic human necessities (423). Solutions to the economic states of these developing countries are highly sought and disputed; in debates involving the implications of economic or other measures, many IR scholars overlook the importance of women in reforming the development of these countries. Women are commonly viewed inferior to men and the value of their intellect is often disregarded, a reform in this belief is an important an important step towards the development of more economically prosperous nations. The education of women needs to be improved so women can fully achieve roles of economic production, societal contributors, and responsible mothers. International agencies, like UNICEF, have come to the recognition that “economic accumulation in poor countries is closely tied to the statues of women in those societies” (432).
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POSC60.3 - POSC 60 Fall, 2007 2. Women The developing...

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