My academic paper on women’s social status in Egypt is updated, feedback is highly welcomed.
This is an academic paper that I addressed Egyptian women’s social status in. Feed back is highly valued (Updated)
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2013 | Qatar University
Submitted to Dr. Melissa Mullins
25th of May 2013
This paper argues that men’s unemployment in Egypt affect women’s social status badly. It examines the different manners of exploitation and offers some solutions.
Effect of Men’s unemployment on women’s social status
“A plumber killed his wife and his children due to financial problems” (artrick, 2012) such a title is becoming very common for us to see in the everyday Egyptian news. The plumber said his wife cheated on him, and he decided to kill her without any evidence. However, during the investigation he says he killed her due financial problems that aroused shortly after her father died and him returning from Libya. Such incidents should have urged the society to ask, how…
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