The Changing Roles of Women in Developing Countries

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The Changing Roles of Women in Developing Countries
Table of Contents
Introduction1
Women’s Social Roles and Development2
Women and Development in Developing Countries4
Strategies to Promote Women’s Roles in Development9
Introduction
In the Western world the role of women in labour markets, and in national economies as a whole, has increased steadily over the course of the past century. This has resulted in not only increased financial, social and economic independence of countless millions of women, but it has transformed the economies of the West as these women’s abilities and energies are employed at their optimal level within the economy as a whole. This being said, however, within a global context the situation is very different, for...
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