Women's Rights: The Public/private Dichotomy
International Debate Education Association, 2005 - Political Science - 234 pages
Women's Rights: The Public/Private Dichotomy brings together material that assesses the impact that the public/private dichotomy has had on women's rights around the world. It examines the different interpretations of the public and private areas and discusses the difficulties women face in protecting their rights in a world where the traditionally have been restricted to the domestic sphere.
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