Mini-Research Mission

by Tyrese Bryant, Block 1/2, May 11, 2015

What are the effects of unfair treatment of men and women in a particular country?

Effects and Proof

Pakistan

Effect 1: Men have full over everything power


Citation 1: Men can roam around freely (26)


Citation 2: Men were aloud to flirt but women couldn't and parents poison there girls if they were to flirt, because it brings shame on the family (66)


Citation 3: I was a girl in a land where rifles are fired in celebration of a son while a daughter are hidden away behind a curtain, their role in life simple to prepare food and give birth to children (13)



Effect 2: Girls are unappreciated as much as men are


Citation 1: In the morning when my father was given cream or milk, his sister's were giving tea with no milk. If there were eggs, They would only be for boys when chicken slaughtered for dinner the girls would have the wings and the neck while the luscious breast meat (29)


Citation 2: women weren't able to go outside unless they had a man present even they were 2 years old (13)


Citation 3:

Sudan

Effect 1: Gender plays a major role on how women dress


Citation 1: Women have a punishment of paying $100 and 40 lashings if they don't dress the right way.


Citation 2: Women covered there bodies until there ankles




Effect 2: Girl's don't have the best life


Citation 1: The law mainly targeted women about what they would wear


Citation 2: Women have been isolated from males

Afghanistan

Effect 1:women should be scared for there lives


Citation 1: Average women in Afghanistan women usual only live until 45


Citation 2: Most of the brides are under 16




Effect 2: The law mainly targeted women


Citation 1: Safia was women that was kidnapped and beating and verbal abused


Citation 2: 85% of women aren't educated

What I Learned:

I've learned that all country aren't the same and that women do not have the best life in other country and girl have to stay home and cant go out unless they have a man by there side no matter what age they are. that girls can be killed for no reason. They can be killed for not covering there whole body.

Works Cited

Yousafzai, Malala. I Am Malala; The story of girl who stood up for education and was shot by tailban. New York; Little Brown&, 2013 print.


El-sanos,Maha. "Think africa Press." Think

Africa Press. N.p.,n.d. Web 04 May 2015.


Gordon, Nicole."Life as an Afghan women

Trust in Education." Trust in Education. N.p., n.d. Web. 04 May 2015.