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Urbisz Golkowska Krystyna (Weill Cornell Medical College in Qatar)
Arab Women in the Gulf and the Narrative of Change : the Case of Qatar
International Studies : Interdisciplinary Political and Cultural Journal, 2014, vol. 16, s. 51-64, bibliogr. 16 poz.
Słowa kluczowe
Pozycja kobiety w społeczeństwie, Stereotypy
Women's position in society, Stereotypes
The dramatic transformation of the Arabian Gulf since the discovery of petroleum resources has called for a new perspective on the situation of women in the region. Qatar is an example of fast-paced industrialization, modernization and profound socio-cultural changes. As the environment transforms literally from day to day, new identities are being forged and social roles renegotiated. The leadership's vision for the country speaks of gender equality and opportunity for all. This article asks how young Qatari women's personal stories fit into the national narrative of change and what they see as the best path to agency and empowerment. (original abstract)
Pełny tekst
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  2. Al-Khouli, Ramadan. "Women and Education in the Gulf: Between the Modern and the Traditional." Gulf Women. Ed. Amira El-Azhary Sonbol. Doha, Qatar: Bloomsbury Qatar Foundation Publishing, 2012. 222-241.
  3. Al-Malki, Amal, David Kaufer, Suguru Ishizaki and Kira Dreher. Arab Women in Arab News. Old Stereotypes and New Media. Doha, Qatar: Bloomsbury Qatar Foundation Publishing, 2012.
  4. Al-Misnad, Sheikha. "The Dearth of Qatari Men in Higher Education: Reasons and Implications." Middle East Institute Viewpoints: Higher Education and the Middle East. (2010):6-11.
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  9. General Secretariat for Development and Planning. Qatar National Development Strategy 2011-2016. Web 5 January 2012.
  10. Henderson, Carol and Mohanalakshmi Rajakumar. Qatari Voices. Doha, Qatar: Bloomsbury Qatar Foundation Publishing, 2010.
  11. Kehoe, Karrie. "Factbox: Women's Rights in the Arab World." Reuters Foundation, November 11
  12. Planning Council. Qatar Statistics Authority Website: Qatar Information Exchange.
  13. Sonbol, Amira El-Azhary. Ed. Gulf Women. Doha, Qatar: Bloomsbury Qatar Foundation Publishing, 2012.
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  16. The Peninsula. "Money is a Major Cause of Divorces." The Peninsula, Doha, Qatar. 27 November 27, 2013. P. 1. Print.
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