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Armenian Women In Jordan

Arda Dargarabedian

Abstract


Armenians are among the smallest ethnic minorities in Jordan and have been in the country for a fairly long period of time. This paper will deal mainly with the position and role of Armenian women in Jordanian society by reviewing their general characteristics, social and economic status (based on data from a recent study about Armenians in Jordan), using indicators that reflect their position and role in the concerned areas from a gendered perspective.


Keywords


Armenian women; Jordan

References


Dergarabedian, Arda, Identity and Assimilation of Armenians in Jordan, MA, thesis, Department of Sociology, University of Jordan, Amman, Jordan, 2003.

Dept. of Statistics, The Hashimite Kingdom of Jordan, Jordan in Figures, issue No.2, June 2000.

Employment Opportunities for Women in Jordanian Labor Market, Ministry of Planning, Jordan, 1990.

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Sahawneh, Fouzi, The Demography of Ethnic Minorities in Jordan, Dirasat, Vol.X111 no.6, University of Jordan, Amman, 1986.

Shakatreh, Hussien, The Jordanian Women, Facts and Figures, Amman, 1992.


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DOI: 10.32380/alrj.v0i0.419

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