Women in the Philippines and Iran
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The paper discusses how the nations of the Philippines and Iran are different in many ways; in addition to a great geographic distance, they also have vastly different views on the role and status appropriate for women in their society. The paper explains that women in the Philippines enjoy many more privileges and status in government and the workplace, while in Iran, women continue to struggle for gains against a conservative tide and restrictive Koran.
From the Paper:"The nations of the Philippines and Iran are separated by miles of distance. They are also separated by vastly different histories and views about the appropriate roles and status for women in each society. This paper will provide a brief overview of each country, followed by specific discussion about the roles and status attainable by women there. The Philippines today have been greatly influenced by their colonial heritage. They were a Spanish colony from the 16th century until 1898, when the US won control of the islands in the Spanish-American War. They enjoyed self-government starting in 1935, and fought alongside the US in..."
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