Gender Role Conflict - Egalitarianism and Cultural identity
Gender Role conflict and Egalitarianism within cultural identity and entrepreneurship
I would argue that violence against women and include other conditions like living standards and other factors include high unemployment and the lack of democracy.
Further, I conclude that “honour killing” is definitely not part and parcel of the culture of Kurds, but due to other factors that have affected the Kurds in the region.
In Chapter II, women’s health within the policy domain is often defined as reproductive health.
Family planning programs, inspired by the theory that overpopulation is a major impediment to development, have dispensed contraceptives in the interests of reducing fertility, but often ignored women’s needs for information about, and control over, reproductive processes.
In Chapter III, I have reflected Gender, Discrimination and Human Rights in Turkey.
Most of the Women in Turkey faced setbacks with regard to education, employment and public representation women are poorly represented in the political sector, and only four percent of parliamentary seats are occupied by women in Chapter VI.
This chapter helps you to determine where to strive and in a way how to make changes to the cultures.
Types of semi similar Cultures between two ethics man and women.