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  1. Domestic Violence And Pakistani Women

    Problem This research investigated the psychosocial impact of domestic violence on Pakistani women. Domestic violence was operationally defined by a 15-item scale...

  2. Analysis Of Lack Of Education Among The Pakistani Women And Its Consequences

    geographical regions, and social classes pose several difficulties for Pakistani women. Lack of education quite obviously hinders their practicality in the workforce...

  3. Voilence Against Women In Pakistan

    deaths. The real number of such killings is vastly greater than those reported. Pakistani women abroad do not escape the threat of honor killings. The Nottingham...

  4. Women In Pakistan

    role in society must be understood. In Islam, families are very important and Muslim Pakistani women are basically domesticated and raised to become the woman head...

  5. Women In Pakistan

    Pakistans literacy rate since independence, the educational status of Pakistani women is among the lowest in the world (Asias). This educational disadvantage begins...

  6. Maltreated Women In Pakistan

    done by Pervaiz Naeem Tariq evidently shows that almost 16% Pakistani women who responded to the maltreatment they had ran away from their husbands and families like...

  7. Presents From Aunts In Pakistan

    kameez Loose trousers and tunic, traditionally worn by Pakistani women Sari The traditional dress worn by women in India and some parts of Pakistan Mirror-work Asian...

  8. Dowry.Doc

    rich and generous people are the major agents of change in the lives of all the Pakistanis. Womens increased access to independent sources of finance has certainly...

  9. “Women Will Never Enjoy The Same Rights As Men.” Do You Agree?

    regime, Pakistani women accused of adultery were stoned to death and those who expose their bare ankles under their long veil would be whipped. Women are seen as...

  10. Women In Pakistan

    with disastrous results for the woman's future. [pic]Pakistani women carry torches during a ceremony marking Women's Day in Islamabad on 8 March 2001. (AFP...

  11. Women And International Migration: a Cross-Cultural Analysis

    the l960s and 1970s the majority of migrants were men; this pattern changed during the 1980s as women became nearly one-half of the international migrant population...

  12. Women's Status In Pakistan

    sports competitions were also being argued. Another of the challenges faced by Pakistani women concerns their integration into the labor force. Because of economic...

  13. Socio-Economic Determinants Of Poverty

    every year. 114 million children do not able to achieve basic education and 584 million women are illiterate. In every year, Six million children die due to mal...

  14. Sharia

    fundamental human rights. She defines the gender based violence as a denial of womens fundamental humanity (Critelli, 2010, p.138), and she goes on by adding states...

  15. The History Of Women In Law Enforcement

    organized C. WWI 1. Keep prostitutes away from military camps 2. Return runaway women to homes 3. Supervise commercial amusements near military camps D. 1922...

  16. Women As Leaders

    business school graduates with 'androgynous' orientations, and the willingness of many young women to postpone marriage and child-bearing." (Comer, et.al, 1997...

  17. Othello - Treatment Of Women

    story were treated. This makes the story a great model for comparison of the treatment of women in the present time and in the past time when the story takes place...

  18. Julius Caesar - The Role Of Women

    Caesar as much as Portia can influence Brutus. Summing up the two women, I think that they did not have much influence on the course of events in Julius Caesar...

  19. Status Of Women

    37. "Everyone has the right to life, liberty and security of the person. Men and women of full age without any limitation due to race, nationality or religion...

  20. Depression In Women

    world because they are scared people will just try to counsel them. Besides being stressed, many women, like Melissa, feel unable to go to work, or get out of bed...