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Author: Karim Wazir Wazir
ISBN: 0854969055
Language: English
Pages: 284 pages
Category: Social Sciences
Publisher: Berg Publishers (July 2, 1995)
Rating: 4.5
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Series: Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Women. This book seeks to redress inaccuracies in Western perceptions of gender relations in Southeast Asia by bringing to the fore the area's ethnic and cultural variance and showing how women and men explain the informal and psychological dimensions of relationships as vital in holding family, neighborhood, and kinship ties together. Although there are differences between male and female perceptions of sex roles in society, women perceive their situation as disadvantaged rather than less significant.

There are numerous books on women in Buddhism .

There are numerous books on women in Buddhism, but they tend not to take up explicitly theoretical questions. Among the more important of these, see Diana Y. Paul, Women in Buddhism: Images of the Feminine in Mahayana Tradition (Berkeley: Asian Humanities Press, 1979);Google Scholar. On a range of religions in Southeast Asia, see some of the articles in Begum Karim Wazir-Jahan, e. Male and Female in Developing Southeast Asia (Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Women 14; Oxford/Washington, DC: Berg Publishers, 1995). 24. Fieldwork studies have produced interesting work in both of these geographical areas.

The book focuses on contexts in ways that highlight the unique cultural .

The book focuses on contexts in ways that highlight the unique cultural and socioeconomic elements of Asia and the strong influence of those elements on women leaders and women in the leadership pipeline.

The results are striking: South-East Asian womens unusual degree of autonomy in economic and social life and the relative egalitarianism between the sexes contrast sharply with the situation in South Asia, characterized by strong patriliny, patrilocal family structure, womens lack o. .

The results are striking: South-East Asian womens unusual degree of autonomy in economic and social life and the relative egalitarianism between the sexes contrast sharply with the situation in South Asia, characterized by strong patriliny, patrilocal family structure, womens lack of rights, and concern about female sexuality. Many other contrasts in respect of gender parities and disparities, including education, nutrition, health, and work emanate from contrastingfeatures of kinship

Ask, Karin, and Tjomsland, Marit, eds. 1998. In ‘Male’ and ‘Female’ in Developing Southeast Asia, ed. Wazir Jahan, Karim101–20.

The Journal of Asian Studies, Vol. 69, Issue. Ask, Karin, and Tjomsland, Marit, eds. Women and Islamization: Contemporary Dimensions of Discourse on Gender Relations. Asy-Syayi, Khalid Bin Abdurrahman.

Source for information on Women, Historical and Cross-Cultural Perspectives: Encyclopedia of Bioethics . , A central problem of women's history is that women have been defined by men using concepts and terms based on men's experiences.

Source for information on Women, Historical and Cross-Cultural Perspectives: Encyclopedia of Bioethics dictionary. Such androcentric thought pervades all domains of knowledge.

Gender is a cultural construct and perceptions of men and women differ from culture to culture or even during .

Gender is a cultural construct and perceptions of men and women differ from culture to culture or even during different periods even in a single culture or society.

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This provocative book seeks to redress inaccuracies in Western perceptions of gender relations in Southeast Asia by bringing to the fore the area's ethnic and cultural variance and showing how women and men explain the informal and psychological dimensions of relationships as vital in holding family, neighbourhood and kinship ties together. Although there are differences between male and female perceptions of sex roles in society, women perceive their situation as disadvantaged rather than less significant. Male-female interpretations of power and status tend to converge usually towards the understanding that the contributions of men and women are equally important in the formation of family and society.