Women's Roles In Kuwait Research Paper by The Research Group

Women's Roles In Kuwait
Examines roles in politics, society, family, marriage, education, workforce and the future, emphasizing the restrictive nature of Islamic society.
# 14444 | 3,375 words | 10 sources | 1999 | US


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At the time of the Gulf War, there was some uproar in the United States about the fact that Kuwait was not a particularly democratic state. Opponents of the war argued that the United States was supporting an autocratic and authoritarian regime that was not preferable to Iraq in some ways.

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"Women in Kuwait

Introduction
At the time of the Gulf War, there was some uproar in the United States about the fact that Kuwait was not a particularly democratic state. Opponents of the war argued that the United States was supporting an autocratic and authoritarian regime that was not preferable to Iraq in some ways. They noted that Kuwait did not provide for participation in the political process for most of its people. All women were excluded and only a minority of men were considered to be citizens. There has been ongoing criticism of the constraints on women in Islamic countries. On the other hand, men, and women, in Islamic countries have countered that their ways are suitable for them and provide appropriate roles for both men and women. The intention in this ..."

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