Gender Roles in Morocco and Algeria Research Paper by hicaliber

Gender Roles in Morocco and Algeria
An examination of gender roles in Morocco and Algeria.
# 93319 | 2,460 words | 6 sources | MLA | 2007 | US

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The paper discusses how, over the past several decades, two neighboring Northern African states, Algeria and Morocco, have taken different paths in their views and treatment of families and genders. The paper examines how, as a result of the specific differences in the treatment of gender, the male and female genders have assumed different roles in each of these countries. In this paper, several books and films are discussed and analyzed in order to better describe the topic of gender roles in Morocco and Algeria.

Portrayal of the Gender Roles in Books
Common Threads of Gender Roles
Works Cited

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Abouzeid, L. Year of the Elephant. Austin: Center for Middle Eastern Studies, 1989.
  • Bowles, Paul. The Spider's House. 1st ed. New York: Harper Collins, 1955.
  • Djebar, A. Children of the New World. n.p.: Feminist P, 2005.
  • Mernissi, F. Scheherazde Goes West. n.p.: Washington Square P, 2002.
  • Pontecorvo, G. ""Battle of Algiers"-film." 1965

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