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Article: Women's rights in Pakistan
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==Education==
 
==Education==
 
The literacy rate of females in Pakistan is at 39.6 percent compared to that of males at 67.7 percent.<ref>{{Cite journal| last =Lloyd | first =Cynthia | authorlink = | coauthors = | title =Rural girls in Pakistan: Constraints of policy and culture | journal = | volume =1 | issue =1 | pages =105–110 | publisher= | location = | date = | url =http://www.cgdev.org/doc/books/lewis-lockheed-eduCaseStudies/lewis-lockheed-chapter4.pdf | issn = | doi = | id = | accessdate =2010-01-16}}</ref> The objectives of education policies in Pakistan aim to achieve equality in education between girls and boys and to reduce the gender gap in the educational system.<ref>{{cite book | last=Qureshi | first=Rashida | coauthors= | editor= | others= | title=Gender and Education in Pakistan | origdate= | year=2007 | origmonth= | url= | format=Hardcover| accessdate= | edition=1st | date= | month= | publisher=University Press | location=Oxford | id= | pages= | chapter=1 | chapterurl= }}</ref> However, the policy also encourages girls, mainly in rural areas of Pakistan, to acquire basic home management skills, which are preferred over full-scale primary education. The attitudes towards women in Pakistani culture make the fight for educational equality more difficult. The lack of democracy and feudal practices of Pakistan also contribute to the gender gap in the educational system.<ref>{{Cite journal| last =Lloyd | first =Cynthia | authorlink = | coauthors = | title =Rural girls in Pakistan: Constraints of policy and culture | journal = | volume =1 | issue =1 | pages =105–110 | publisher= | location = | date = | url =http://www.cgdev.org/doc/books/lewis-lockheed-eduCaseStudies/lewis-lockheed-chapter4.pdf | issn = | doi = | id = | accessdate =2010-01-16}}</ref> This [[Feudalism in Pakistan|feudal system]] leaves the underpowered, women in particular, in a very vulnerable position. The long-lived socio-cultural belief that women play a reproductive role within the confines of the home leads to the belief that educating women holds no value.
 
The literacy rate of females in Pakistan is at 39.6 percent compared to that of males at 67.7 percent.<ref>{{Cite journal| last =Lloyd | first =Cynthia | authorlink = | coauthors = | title =Rural girls in Pakistan: Constraints of policy and culture | journal = | volume =1 | issue =1 | pages =105–110 | publisher= | location = | date = | url =http://www.cgdev.org/doc/books/lewis-lockheed-eduCaseStudies/lewis-lockheed-chapter4.pdf | issn = | doi = | id = | accessdate =2010-01-16}}</ref> The objectives of education policies in Pakistan aim to achieve equality in education between girls and boys and to reduce the gender gap in the educational system.<ref>{{cite book | last=Qureshi | first=Rashida | coauthors= | editor= | others= | title=Gender and Education in Pakistan | origdate= | year=2007 | origmonth= | url= | format=Hardcover| accessdate= | edition=1st | date= | month= | publisher=University Press | location=Oxford | id= | pages= | chapter=1 | chapterurl= }}</ref> However, the policy also encourages girls, mainly in rural areas of Pakistan, to acquire basic home management skills, which are preferred over full-scale primary education. The attitudes towards women in Pakistani culture make the fight for educational equality more difficult. The lack of democracy and feudal practices of Pakistan also contribute to the gender gap in the educational system.<ref>{{Cite journal| last =Lloyd | first =Cynthia | authorlink = | coauthors = | title =Rural girls in Pakistan: Constraints of policy and culture | journal = | volume =1 | issue =1 | pages =105–110 | publisher= | location = | date = | url =http://www.cgdev.org/doc/books/lewis-lockheed-eduCaseStudies/lewis-lockheed-chapter4.pdf | issn = | doi = | id = | accessdate =2010-01-16}}</ref> This [[Feudalism in Pakistan|feudal system]] leaves the underpowered, women in particular, in a very vulnerable position. The long-lived socio-cultural belief that women play a reproductive role within the confines of the home leads to the belief that educating women holds no value.
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==Regional differences==
 
==Regional differences==
Reason: ANN scored at 0.978766
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Reporter: Bradley (anonymous)
Date: Wednesday, the 21st of October 2015 at 05:58:40 PM
Status: Reported
Wednesday, the 21st of October 2015 at 05:58:40 PM #101669
Bradley (anonymous)

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