The Gender Factor in Canadian Politics: An Analysis

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The Gender Factor in Canadian Politics: An Analysis
Introduction
Examining and analyzing the gender factor in Canadian politics indicates that the political impact of gender and gender issues is determined by how these issues are perceived and discussed in Canadian society. Many Canadians believe that women should focus on filling their traditional roles as wives, mothers, and homemakers, and should not play an active role in politics, while many other Canadians believe that women should be as active as men are in politics.
The Emergence of the Gender Factor in Canadian Politics
Studying this issue and assessing gender issues in the context of politics is of vital importance, for women comprise half of the Canada’s population, deserve...
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