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Essays on Pakistani Women

  1. British Pakistanis
    69 per cent of working-age British Pakistani women were economically inactive, bettering only British Bangladeshi women, and of those who were economically active...
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  2. Social Trends Prevailing In Pakistan Regarding Women Right
    Social trends prevailing in Pakistan regarding women rights: At the time when the rest of the religion considered women in society with no rights, slaves and daughters...
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  3. Hijab
    hijab may be the law. Dupatta A dupatta is a large shawl worn by Pakistani women. It usually matches an outfit called the shalwar kameez, a long tunic over...
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  4. Gender Discrimination
    The News, Opinion - July 27, 2002 Rasul Bakhsh Rais No other issue is so contentious and well-debated in the politics of contemporary societies as the...
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  5. Facts About Pakistan
    Pakistan, officially Islāmic Republic of Pakistan Urdu Islām-ī Jamhūrīya-ePākistān country in South Asia. It is bounded to the west by Iran, to the...
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  6. Pakistan Society
    INTRODUCTION Although a considerable literature exists on the Pakistan Society and it has occupied center stage in world politics for the past century, the Pakistan Society...
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  7. Linguistic Insecurity
    Chapter 1 1.1 Introduction: The purpose of this study is to investigate the feeling of linguistic insecurity among Pakistani graduate students. ‘Linguistic insecurity...
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  8. Does Pakistani Society Regard Women As An Angel In The House Or a Source Of All Evils
    Conclusion Perspective of society: A perspective of any society depends upon the thinking people of that particular society. How much intellectual are they? How...
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  9. Patriarchy And Pakistani Society
    The patriarchal mindset bars females from coming forth and indicating to their families if they have preferences for their mates, and if they do, this is seen as rebellion...
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  10. Rephrasing The Hyena Culture (The Pakistani Perspective)
    Rephrasing Hyena Culture (The Pakistani Perspective) By Lt Col ® Tariq Mahmood Butt, TI(M) The Hyena is a vaguely sturdy build, high shoulders, and long muscular limbs. It...
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  11. Root Causes Of Voilence In Pakistani Society
    Roots of violence in Pakistani society | | | By Eqbal Ahmad Eqbal Ahmad (1932-1999) died a few months back. His was a major presence in the progressive and...
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  12. Pakistani Media Synopsis
    IFP Democratisation and Transitional Justice Cluster Country case study: Pakistan Media and Governance in Pakistan: A controversial yet essential relationship Marco...
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  13. Does Pakistani Society Regard Woman As An Angel In House Or Source Of All Evil?
    OUTLINE 1.Introduction: Woman is regarded as an angel in Pakistani society in house. 2.Historical Perspective: a-Arabs regard for woman before Islam-Islam light for...
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  14. Women
    Education of women and socio-economic development ABSTRACT In the political and economic spheres, for example, this is conspicuous presently in the enthusiasm for global...
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  15. Impact Of Western Culture On Pakistani Society
    The Impact of Western culture on Pakistani culture has had both positive and negative effects on Pakistani society, though the negative effects outweigh the positive ones by...
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  16. Women Status In Pakistan
    1, 2012 zuhaib ahmed's Avatar zuhaib ahmed zuhaib ahmed is offline Senior Member Join Date: Aug 2011 Location: Thatta Sindh Posts: 353 Thanks: 234 Thanked 294...
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  17. Features Of Pakistani Wedding
    9. FEATURES OF A PAKISTANI WEEDING OUTLINE (i) Marriage in Pakistan is a legal union between a man and a woman. (ii) An engagement is a formal ceremony held before...
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  18. Iago’s Opinion Of Women.
    and destruction, and he will stop at nothing. Iago’s opinion on women is that he detests women in all kinds and shapes, and finds faults even when they have...
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  19. Women's Studies On Sex In Society
    these traditional male and female roles have been witnessed. The subsequent impact on men, women, and families due to these changes is believed to be, by many social...
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  20. Sojourner Truth And Women Suffrage
    “Who was Sojourner Truth?” <br /> Isabella Baumfree also considered Van Wagenen was born in 1797 and died in 1883. She was the first black to speak out to people about slavery and abolitionists. She was said to have a deep manly voice but...
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  21. Ecstasy: Greater Affects On Women?
    Ecstasy: Are Women More Susceptible To Brain Damage? <br /> <br /> <br /> The rave scene. It’s becoming a popular way to ‘kick-back’ for high school and college kids. “Everyone” is doing it at parties. Unfortunately, this party...
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  22. Women's Rights
    Woman—to many, she is God’s most complete creation. She symbolizes independence, love, caring, gentleness and intensity – both in love and in hate. More intelligent and emotionally stronger than man, why as she been called Adam’s better half...
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  23. Women From Venus
    In his essay \"Men from Mars and Women from Venus\", John Gray explored the intrinsic differences between men and women in a way that has helped millions of people to understand why relationships between the two sexes could be so frustrating. Gray...
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  24. Women Empowerment By Demystification Of Motherhood
    a myth that motherhood is the only sphere that is essentially ordained for women. Women as a sex are considered to be the natural reproducers of mankind - naturally...
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  25. Women Pioneers
    Women living as pioneers in the late 1800’s endured many difficulties. However, after accomplishing long sought after goals and overcoming tremendous obstacles, they achieved great lengths and received many honors. Women had to fight for their...
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  26. Women's Economic Opportunities And Health In Brazil
    Women’s economic opportunities and health in Brazil is affected by many factors. Brazilian women’s economic opportunities are affected by such factors as gender inequality, violence from men, and racial inequality. Health is affected by...
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  27. Women In The Progressive Era
    In the 1890s, American women emerged as a major force for social reform. Millions joined civic organizations and extended their roles from domestic duties to concerns about their communities and environments. In the years between 1890 and 1920, a...
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  28. Women In Ancient Greece
    Women in Ancient Greece were always very bust people. Whether it was caring for children or taking to their households, they almost never had free time on their hands. How women were treated back then is definitely different from the strong women of...
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  29. Should Women Have The Right To Make The Decision?
    Abortion: Should women have the right <br /> to make that decision?<br /> <br /> According to Planned Parenthood, “Abortion is a way to end pregnancy. Sometimes, an embryo or fetus stops developing and the body expels it. This is called...
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  30. Necessary Evil For Men Vs. Sexual Exploitation Of Women
    Abuse – transitive verb 1: to put to a wrong or improper use; 2: obsolete (deceive); 3: to use so as to injure or damage (maltreat); 4: to attack in words (revile). <br /> noun 1: a corrupt practice or custom; 2: improper or excessive use or...
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