Status of Women in Saudi Arabia: A Paradigm Shift

By Abhilasha Singh.

Published by The Social Sciences Collection

Format Price
Article: Print $US10.00
Article: Electronic $US5.00

There is no doubt or hesitation that the status of women in Saudi Arabia has been controversial for a very long time. Women’s status in Saudi Arabia as an Islamic country is often, if not entirely misunderstood. Saudi Arabia has been under so much pressure from the West concerning women’s rights and their subordination in this country. The problem with women’s rights in Saudi Arabia is usually traced back to either religions, tradition, or a combination of both, when in reality it’s neither of them. It is the extremist, fundamentalist ideology that has invaded the country and caused major influences on the ideas, beliefs, and lifestyle of the Saudis. That, however, has changed now, and women’s position in Saudi Arabia is looking towards a much brighter future.

Keywords: Status of Women, Paradigm Shift

International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, Volume 3, Issue 5, pp.35-38. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 510.229KB).

Prof. Abhilasha Singh

Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, Institute of Management Technology, Dubai, Jeddah, United Arab Emirates

Dr. Abhilasha Singh has a rich teaching experience of over ten years in various capacities. She holds a Doctorate in Psychology from the Banaras Hindu University, India. She has been a practicing Counselor, a renowned trainer and consultant in industry and has enlightened the august audience by her research papers numbering over twenty in various National and International academic meets. Many of her research papers have been published in reputed journals. She is an Accredited Management Teacher from All India Management Association and has been called as an speaker to International Conferences in China, Mauritius, UAE and New Zealand to present her contributions. She has been assistant professor at Effat College, Jeddah in Saudi Arabia. Presently she is assistant professor at Institute of Management Technology, Dubai, UAE.

Reviews:

There are currently no reviews of this product.

Write a Review