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Sudanese Women and Education: The Struggle for Equal Access Participation

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Type: Thesis or Dissertation
Author: Duany, Julia Aker
Date: 1996
URI: https://hdl.handle.net/10535/3579
Sector: Social Organization
Region: Africa
Subject(s): women
Abstract: "This study drew upon the theories of inequality, cross cultural studies, policy analysis, and gender theories in order to explicate the experiences of Sudanese women in education. Examined were state policies, economic and socioculture attachments that perpetuate educational inequalities. Research questions included: 1) What factors affect or influence women's participation? 2) What is the interaction between social factors and state policies to influence women's participation? 3) Which factors can legitimately be labeled as problems? 4) What efforts are being made to increase women's participation in education? In what ways are these efforts successful? In what ways are they unsuccessful? 5) How can these problems be diminished or removed? And by whom?"

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