Introductory Readings on Gender Stratification and Inequality in Women and Career: Responses to and Criticism of Western Paradigm by Rohaiza Rokis, Dewan Mahboob Hossain, Chao-Yu Wu
This book has been written with the objective of making it a comfortable and brief reading about social stratification and gender for students of all academic programs, particularly for those pursuing the Bachelor’s degree in sociology. The strength of this textbook rests on the fact that it serves as necessary reading for aspiring Muslim sociologists and anthropologists in the aspects of social stratification and gender inequality. Its arrangement is designed as simple textbook readings that cover fundamental sociological terms like inequality, stratification, and gender in a woman’s work and career, mostly in the East Asian region: Malaysia, Bangladesh, and Taiwan. It also includes various discussions on women at work and career in other countries around the world. While at the same time, including religious perspectives too. These factors are quite important in making this textbook relevant and contemporary. Its methodology depends heavily on library research for both primary references such as the Quranic verses and hadith, as well as the secondary sources of statistics and other authors’ works, which are given due acknowledgement and academic respect.
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