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Determinant's of women's employment participation: Muslim / non-Muslim differentials in Australia

Foroutan, Yaghoob


The employment participation of women, as the major issue of this study, is a phenomenon with a variety of studies that in the social sciences has been described as 'potentially infinite' (Evans 1996: 68). However, the conduct of research in various contexts is essential in order to reveal the varying aspects of this phenomenon. This study has given specific attention to the impact of religion, which 'was once at the forefront of demographic research (McQuillan 2004:25), on women's...[Show more]

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Date published: 2007-01
Type: Thesis (PhD)


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