• Problems of Working Women
    It is an open truth that working women have to face problems just by virtue of their being women. Working women here are referred to those who are in paid employment. Social attitude to the role of women lags much behind the law. This attitude which considers women fit for certain jobs and not other
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  • Working Women
    Work and the Family The interaction of adults and children is one to be treasured. When a person becomes a parent they change. He/she instantly becomes more mature and are forced to take on numerous responsibilities. However, every parent will agree it is the best feeling one can have. It is t
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  • Working Women
    Contents Introduction: History of Women in the work field 3 Statement of the problem: Do working mothers impact the mother-child relationship? 5 Data presentation and Analysis: the statistics of working women 7 Conclusion 9 Recommendations 10 Bibliography
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  • Working Women in Saudi Arabia
    Women in Saudi Arabia are known as the biggest part of the population. Till 10 years ago women were not accepted as a part of the working community. This research demonstrates the lack of working sectors open to Saudi women, as well as the transportation issue, and peoples attitude towards employed
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  • Impact of Working Status on Their Lives: a Survey of Working Women
    ABSTRACT Objective: To study the impact of working status on the lives of working women. Methodology: A questionnaire based cross sectional survey was conducted at the Family Practice Center, Aga Khan University Hospital, Karachi, Pakistan, from July to December 2006. The Questionnaire included da
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  • Working Women During World War Ii
    Women made up 49.83% of the nation’s 132 million jobs in June of 2009; for the first time in American history, “Women are on the verge of outnumbering men in the workforce for the first time, a historic reversal caused by long-term changes in women's roles and massive job losses for men during t
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  • Working Women in America and Herland
    Since the early ages, people have been dreaming of creating a perfect place, a place where everyone is going to be satisfied. Charlotte Perkins Gilman was one of the many authors who developed these utopian ideas in their works. In 1915 she wrote a short novel Herland about an utopian maternal commu
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  • Working Women – a Boon or Bane
    In today’s society, were money plays an important role in shaping our life style and achievements’, working of both husband and wife is very essential for smooth working of a household. If a woman is working she can contribute financially in every aspect of the household for her family’s be
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  • Working Women or Housewives ?
    It is possibly a reality that earlier the women were not given more prominence and were not exposed to the outer world. However, nowadays due to the rapid increase in the technology the scenario has changed completely. Women have been empowered today. Our life can be considered to a coin. We can h
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  • Women in the Labour Force December 17, 1992
    Women In The Labour Force December 17, 1992 The past decades their has been a dramatic increase of women participating in the labour force from countries all over the world including Canada. In 1950, one Canadian worker in five was a woman. By 1980 this percentage had doubled, and wome
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  • Union and Women
    UNIONS, COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AND LABOUR MARKET OUTCOMES FOR CANADIAN WORKING WOMEN: PAST GAINS AND FUTURE CHALLENGES by Andrew Jackson, Senior Economist, Canadian Labour Congress and Grant Schellenberg, Assistant Director, Canadian Council on Social Development I INTRODUCTION: UNIONS, LOW
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  • Women in Combat
    Women in Front Line Combat When it comes to combat assignments and the needs of the military, men take precedence over all other considerations, including career prospects of female service members. Female military members have been encouraged to pursue opportunities and career enhancement wi
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  • Chinese Women Rights
    Chinese Women Rights Even since the dramatic post-1949 changes in China regarding the role of women, China has remained paternalistic in it's attitudes and social reality. Like many other states, China inescapably has been deeply involved in human rights politics at the international level in rec
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  • Women at Work
    One of the most significant sociological changes in the nation's history began in the last decade of the nineteenth century and the ramifications are still being felt today. This change consisted of the large numbers of women who entered the work force. This dramatic change in American society was
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  • Women as a Minority Group
    Women as a Minority Group Women have been discriminated against since the beginning of time, as early as the first people, Adam and Eve. Eve was called the evil one, who ate fruit from the tree of knowledge. Once she had the knowledge to know right from wrong, she chose to do wrong and give t
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  • Arab Women
    For many generations, women vowed to give their all, and instead of receiving the equal treatment of love and appreciation, they were oppressed and degraded. In Egypt, a woman did not have the right to divorce herself; therefore, she had to put up with all the humiliation, mistreatment, unfairness,
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  • Women, Work and Family
    Women in Work Place Within the past decades there has been a dramatic increase of women participating in the work force from countries all over the World. In the 1950s, one American worker in five was a woman. By the 1980s this percentage had doubled, and soon women are expected to make up m
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  • Women and Advertising
    In the year 1999, $120 billion was spent on marketing products to consumers (Killing Us Softly 3). Along with products, the advertising industry sells the intangible: "Ads sell a great deal more than products. They sell values, images, and concepts of success of worth, love and sexuality, popula
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  • Women in Workforce
    Women in the Workforce The integration of the world economy, or economic globalization, has been an operating force for centuries. However, in recent times the effects of this phenomenon have become a major cause for debate. Economic globalization is charac
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  • Perception of Violence Against Women
    THE PERCEPTION OF VIOLENCE IN THE WORKPLACE AGAINST WOMEN Abstract of Dissertation Presented to the Graduate School of the University of Sarasota In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Business Administration THE PERCEPTION OF VIOLENCE IN THE WORKP
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