Feminization of Poverty
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This paper defines and explores the issue of the "feminization of poverty" further considering its impact upon equality of opportunity in education. The paper's emphasis is on Canada, and it addresses such factors as class, gender, race, and culture. The essay argues that it is necessary to look beyond the obvious achievements of the feminist movement in the Canadian education system and realize the deep structures of inequality that continue to limit female opportunity in education today.
From the Paper:"The issue of the "feminization of poverty" and its impact upon equality of opportunity in education is a complex one for, in the Canadian context, this involves consideration of not only how we define such questions as "equality of opportunity in education" but also such factors as class, gender, race, and culture. As this essay will argue, when we consider the full complexity of issues and variables associated with this discussion, we can understand why it is necessary to look beyond the obvious..."
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