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Forced sterilization and forced abortion are reported to be currently practiced in countries such as Uzbekistan and China. In many prehistoric cultures, women assumed a particular cultural role. In hunter-gatherer societies, women were generally the gatherers of plant foods, small animal foods and fish, while men hunted meat from large animals. In more recent history, gender roles have changed greatly.
Originally, starting at a young age, aspirations occupationally are typically veered towards specific directions according to gender. For poorer women, especially working class women, although this often remained an ideal, [ specify ] economic necessity compelled them to seek employment outside the home. Many of the occupations that were available to them were lower in pay than those available to men.
As changes in the labor market for women came about, availability of employment changed from only "dirty", long hour factory jobs to "cleaner", more respectable office jobs where more education was demanded, women's participation in the U. These shifts in the labor force led to changes in the attitudes of women at work, allowing for the revolution which resulted in women becoming career and education oriented.
In the s, many female academics, including scientists, avoided having children. However, throughout the s, institutions tried to equalize conditions for men and women in the workplace. Even so, the inequalities at home stumped women's opportunities to succeed as far as men. Professional women are still generally considered responsible for domestic labor and child care. As people would say, they have a "double burden" which does not allow them the time and energy to succeed in their careers.
Furthermore, though there has been an increase in the endorsement of egalitarian gender roles in the home by both women and men, a recent research study showed that women focused on issues of morality, fairness, and well-being, while men focused on social conventions.
According to Schiebinger, "Being a scientist and a wife and a mother is a burden in society that expects women more often than men to put family ahead of career. Movements advocate equality of opportunity for both sexes and equal rights irrespective of gender. Through a combination of economic changes and the efforts of the feminist movement, [ specify ] in recent decades women in many societies now have access to careers beyond the traditional homemaker. Although a greater number of women are seeking higher education, their salaries are often less than those of men.
CBS News claimed in that in the United States women who are ages 30 to 44 and hold a university degree make 62 percent of what similarly qualified men do, a lower rate than in all but three of the 19 countries for which numbers are available. It also states that " violence against women is a manifestation of historically unequal power relations between men and women ". Violence against women remains a widespread problem, fueled, especially outside the West, by patriarchal social values, lack of adequate laws, and lack of enforcement of existing laws.
Social norms that exist in many parts of the world hinder progress towards protecting women from violence. Specific forms of violence that affect women include female genital mutilation , sex trafficking , forced prostitution , forced marriage , rape , sexual harassment , honor killings , acid throwing , and dowry related violence. Governments can be complicit in violence against women, for instance through practices such as stoning as punishment for adultery.
There have also been many forms of violence against women which have been prevalent historically, notably the burning of witches , the sacrifice of widows such as sati and foot binding. The prosecution of women accused of witchcraft has a long tradition, for example witch trials in the early modern period between the 15th and 18th centuries were common in Europe and in the European colonies in North America.
Today, there remain regions of the world such as parts of Sub-Saharan Africa, rural North India, and Papua New Guinea where belief in witchcraft is held by many people, and women accused of being witches are subjected to serious violence.
In Saudi Arabia , witchcraft remains a crime punishable by death , and in the country beheaded a woman for 'witchcraft and sorcery'.
It is also the case that certain forms of violence against women have been recognized as criminal offenses only during recent decades, and are not universally prohibited, in that many countries continue to allow them. This is especially the case with marital rape. Sexual violence against women greatly increases during times of war and armed conflict , during military occupation , or ethnic conflicts ; most often in the form of war rape and sexual slavery.
Contemporary examples of sexual violence during war include rape during the Armenian Genocide , rape during the Bangladesh Liberation War , rape in the Bosnian War , rape during the Rwandan Genocide , and rape during Second Congo War. In Colombia, the armed conflict has also resulted in increased sexual violence against women.
Laws and policies on violence against women vary by jurisdiction. In the European Union , sexual harassment and human trafficking are subject to directives. Women in different parts of the world dress in different ways, with their choices of clothing being influenced by local culture, religious tenets traditions, social norms, and fashion trends, amongst other factors. Different societies have different ideas about modesty.
However, in many jurisdictions, women's choices in regard to dress are not always free, with laws limiting what they may or may not wear. This is especially the case in regard to Islamic dress. These laws are highly controversial. In , the highest estimated TFR was in Niger 6. In many parts of the world, there has been a change in family structure over the past few decades. For instance, in the West, there has been a trend of moving away from living arrangements that include the extended family to those which only consist of the nuclear family.
There has also been a trend to move from marital fertility to non-marital fertility. Children born outside marriage may be born to cohabiting couples or to single women. While births outside marriage are common and fully accepted in some parts of the world, in other places they are highly stigmatized, with unmarried mothers facing ostracism, including violence from family members, and in extreme cases even honor killings.
The social role of the mother differs between cultures. In many parts of the world, women with dependent children are expected to stay at home and dedicate all their energy to child raising, while in other places mothers most often return to paid work see working mother and stay-at-home mother.
Particular religious doctrines have specific stipulations relating to gender roles , social and private interaction between the sexes, appropriate dressing attire for women, and various other issues affecting women and their position in society. In many countries, these religious teachings influence the criminal law , or the family law of those jurisdictions see Sharia law , for example.
The relation between religion, law and gender equality has been discussed by international organizations. Female education includes areas of gender equality and access to education, and its connection to the alleviation of poverty. Also involved are the issues of single-sex education and religious education in that the division of education along gender lines as well as religious teachings on education have been traditionally dominant and are still highly relevant in contemporary discussions of educating females as a global consideration.
While the feminist movement has certainly promoted the importance of the issues attached to female education the discussion is wide-ranging and by no means narrowly defined.
In some Western countries, women have surpassed men at many levels of education. World literacy is lower for females than for males. Younger women today are far more likely to have completed a tertiary qualification: In 21 of 27 OECD countries with comparable data, the number of women graduating from university-level programmes is equal to or exceeds that of men.
There is a common misconception that women have still not advanced in achieving academic degrees. According to Margaret Rossiter, a historian of science, women now earn 54 percent of all bachelor's degrees in the United States.
However, although there are more women holding bachelor's degrees than men, as the level of education increases, the more men tend to fit the statistics [ clarification needed ] instead of women. At the graduate level , women fill 40 percent of the doctorate degrees 31 percent of them being in engineering. While to this day women are studying at prestigious universities at the same rate as men, [ clarification needed ] they are not being given the same chance to join faculty.
Sociologist Harriet Zuckerman has observed that the more prestigious an institute is, the more difficult and time-consuming it will be for women to obtain a faculty position there. In , Harvard University tenured its first woman in chemistry, Cynthia Friend, and in its first woman in physics, Melissa Franklin. She also observed that women were more likely to hold their first professional positions as instructors and lecturers while men are more likely to work first in tenure positions.
According to Smith and Tang, as of , 65 percent of men and only 40 percent of women held tenured positions and only 29 percent of all scientists and engineers employed as assistant professors in four-year colleges and universities were women. In , women earned 9 percent of the PhDs awarded in engineering , but only one percent of those women became professors.
In relation, only deans of engineering schools were women, which is less than 1 percent of the total. Even in psychology , a degree in which women earn the majority of PhDs, they hold a significant amount of fewer tenured positions, roughly 19 percent in Women are underrepresented in government in most countries.
Women's suffrage in the United States was achieved gradually, first at state and local levels, starting in the late 19th century and early 20th century, and in women in the US received universal suffrage, with the passage of the Nineteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution. Some Western countries were slow to allow women to vote; notably Switzerland , where women gained the right to vote in federal elections in , and in the canton of Appenzell Innerrhoden women were granted the right to vote on local issues only in , when the canton was forced to do so by the Federal Supreme Court of Switzerland ;   and Liechtenstein , in , through a women's suffrage referendum.
Women have, throughout history, made contributions to science, literature and art. One area where women have been permitted most access historically was that of obstetrics and gynecology prior to the 18th century, caring for pregnant women in Europe was undertaken by women; from the mid 18th century onwards medical monitoring of pregnant women started to require rigorous formal education, to which women did not generally have access, therefore the practice was largely transferred to men.
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Rate other members and even judge their movies and images! Most of Tajikistan's 8. Many Tajiks also speak Russian as their second language. In the Gorno-Badakhshan Oblast of Tajikistan, despite its sparse population, there is large linguistic diversity where Rushani , Shughni , Ishkashimi , Wakhi and Tajik are some of the languages spoken.
It has a transition economy that is highly dependent on remittances , aluminium and cotton production. Tajikistan means the "Land of the Tajiks". The suffix " -stan " is Persian for "place of"  or "country"  and Tajik is, most likely, the name of a pre-Islamic before the seventh century A.
Tajikistan appeared as Tadjikistan or Tadzhikistan in English prior to This is due to a transliteration from the Russian: Tadzhikistan is the most common alternate spelling and is widely used in English literature derived from Russian sources.
The way of writing Tajikistan in the Perso-Arabic script is: The earliest recorded history of the region dates back to about BCE when much, if not all, of modern Tajikistan was part of the Achaemenid Empire. Northern Tajikistan the cities of Khujand and Panjakent was part of Sogdia , a collection of city-states which was overrun by Scythians and Yuezhi nomadic tribes around BCE.
The Kushan Empire , a collection of Yuezhi tribes, took control of the region in the first century CE and ruled until the 4th century CE during which time Buddhism , Nestorian Christianity , Zoroastrianism , and Manichaeism were all practised in the region.
It was temporarily under the control of the Tibetan empire and Chinese from — and then under the control of the Umayyads in The Samanid Empire , to , restored Persian control of the region and enlarged the cities of Samarkand and Bukhara both cities are today part of Uzbekistan which became the cultural centres of Iran and the region was known as Khorasan.
The Kara-Khanid Khanate conquered Transoxania which corresponds approximately with modern-day Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, southern Kyrgyzstan and southwest Kazakhstan and ruled between — During Genghis Khan 's invasion of Khwarezmia in the early 13th century the Mongol Empire took control over nearly all of Central Asia.
In less than a century the Mongol Empire broke up and modern Tajikistan came under the rule of the Chagatai Khanate. Tamerlane created the Timurid dynasty and took control of the region in the 14th century.
Modern Tajikistan fell under the rule of the Khanate of Bukhara during the 16th century and with the empire's collapse in the 18th century it came under the rule of both the Emirate of Bukhara and Khanate of Kokand.
The Emirate of Bukhara remained intact until the 20th century but during the 19th century, for the second time in world history, a European power the Russian Empire began to conquer parts of the region.
Between and , Russia gradually took control of the entire territory of Russian Turkestan , the Tajikistan portion of which had been controlled by the Emirate of Bukhara and Khanate of Kokand. Russia was interested in gaining access to a supply of cotton and in the s attempted to switch cultivation in the region from grain to cotton a strategy later copied and expanded by the Soviets.
During the late 19th century the Jadidists established themselves as an Islamic social movement throughout the region. Although the Jadidists were pro-modernization and not necessarily anti-Russian, the Russians viewed the movement as a threat. Further violence occurred in July when demonstrators attacked Russian soldiers in Khujand over the threat of forced conscription during World War I. Despite Russian troops quickly bringing Khujand back under control, clashes continued throughout the year in various locations in Tajikistan.
After the Russian Revolution of guerrillas throughout Central Asia, known as basmachi , waged a war against Bolshevik armies in a futile attempt to maintain independence. The Bolsheviks prevailed after a four-year war, in which mosques and villages were burned down and the population heavily suppressed.
Soviet authorities started a campaign of secularisation. Practising Islam , Judaism , and Christianity was discouraged and repressed, and many mosques, churches , and synagogues were closed.
Between and , collectivisation of agriculture and a rapid expansion of cotton production took place, especially in the southern region. Consequently, some peasants fought collectivisation and revived the Basmachi movement. Some small scale industrial development also occurred during this time along with the expansion of irrigation infrastructure.
Two rounds of Soviet purges directed by Moscow — and — resulted in the expulsion of nearly 10, people, from all levels of the Communist Party of Tajikistan. Real disturbances did not occur within the republic until The following year, the Soviet Union collapsed, and Tajikistan declared its independence on 9 September , a day which is now celebrated as the country's Independence Day.
The nation almost immediately fell into civil war that involved various factions fighting one another; these factions were often distinguished by clan loyalties. The estimated dead numbered over , Merrem, Special Representative to the Secretary General, a result widely praised as a successful United Nations peacekeeping initiative. Several opposition parties boycotted the election and the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe OSCE criticised it, although observers from the Commonwealth of Independent States claimed the elections were legal and transparent.
The OSCE claimed that the Tajik Government censored Tajik and foreign websites and instituted tax inspections on independent printing houses that led to the cessation of printing activities for a number of independent newspapers.
Russian border troops were stationed along the Tajik—Afghan border until summer United States Army and Marine Corps personnel periodically visit Tajikistan to conduct joint training missions of up to several weeks duration. There have been talks with Russia concerning use of the Ayni facility,  and Russia continues to maintain a large base on the outskirts of Dushanbe. In , there were concerns among Tajik officials that Islamic militarism in the east of the country was on the rise following the escape of 25 militants from a Tajik prison in August, an ambush that killed 28 Tajik soldiers in the Rasht Valley in September,  and another ambush in the valley in October that killed 30 soldiers,  followed by fighting outside Gharm that left 3 militants dead.
To date the country's Interior Ministry asserts that the central government maintains full control over the country's east, and the military operation in the Rasht Valley was concluded in November Almost immediately after independence, Tajikistan was plunged into a civil war that saw various factions, allegedly [ according to whom? All but 25, of the more than , ethnic Russians, who were mostly employed in industry, fled to Russia.
By , the war had cooled down, and a central government began to take form, with peaceful elections in Tajikistan is officially a republic, and holds elections for the presidency and parliament , operating under a presidential system.
It is, however, a dominant-party system , where the People's Democratic Party of Tajikistan routinely has a vast majority in Parliament. Emomalii Rahmon has held the office of President of Tajikistan continually since November The parliamentary elections of aroused many accusations from opposition parties and international observers that President Emomalii Rahmon corruptly manipulates the election process and unemployment.
The most recent elections, in February , saw the ruling PDPT lose four seats in Parliament, yet still maintain a comfortable majority. The Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe election observers said the polling "failed to meet many key OSCE commitments" and that "these elections failed on many basic democratic standards.
The presidential election held on 6 November was boycotted by "mainline" opposition parties, including the 23,member Islamic Renaissance Party. Four remaining opponents "all but endorsed the incumbent", Rahmon. Freedom of the press is ostensibly officially guaranteed by the government, but independent press outlets remain restricted, as does a substantial amount of web content. In practice, no public criticism of the regime is tolerated and all direct protest is severely suppressed and does not receive coverage in the local media.
Tajikistan is landlocked , and is the smallest nation in Central Asia by area. The only major areas of lower land are in the north part of the Fergana Valley , and in the southern Kofarnihon and Vakhsh river valleys, which form the Amu Darya. Dushanbe is located on the southern slopes above the Kofarnihon valley. The Amu Darya and Panj rivers mark the border with Afghanistan, and the glaciers in Tajikistan's mountains are the major source of runoff for the Aral Sea.
There are over rivers in Tajikistan longer than 10 kilometres. Tajikistan consists of 4 administrative divisions. Each region is divided into several districts, Tajik: As of [update] , there were 58 districts and jamoats in Tajikistan.
With foreign revenue precariously dependent upon remittances from migrant workers overseas and exports of aluminium and cotton, the economy is highly vulnerable to external shocks.
In FY , international assistance remained an essential source of support for rehabilitation programs that reintegrated former civil war combatants into the civilian economy, which helped keep the peace.
International assistance also was necessary to address the second year of severe drought that resulted in a continued shortfall of food production. On 21 August , the Red Cross announced that a famine was striking Tajikistan, and called for international aid for Tajikistan and Uzbekistan ; however, access to food remains a problem today. In January , , of the people living in Tajikistan were living with food insecurity.
Out of those, , were at risk of Phase 3 Acute Food and Livelihoods Crisis food insecurity and 3, were at risk of Phase 4 Humanitarian Emergency.
Tajikistan's economy grew substantially after the war. The GDP of Tajikistan expanded at an average rate of 9. This improved Tajikistan's position among other Central Asian countries namely Turkmenia and Uzbekistan , which seem to have degraded economically ever since.
Tajikistan's rivers, such as the Vakhsh and the Panj , have great hydropower potential, and the government has focused on attracting investment for projects for internal use and electricity exports. Tajikistan is home to the Nurek Dam , the highest dam in the world. Drug trafficking is the major illegal source of income in Tajikistan  as it is an important transit country for Afghan narcotics bound for Russian and, to a lesser extent, Western European markets; some opium poppy is also raised locally for the domestic market.
It also helped to establish Tajikistani Drug Control Agency. In Tajikistan, like many of the other Central Asian countries, was experiencing major development in its transportation sector.
As a landlocked country Tajikistan has no ports and the majority of transportation is via roads, air, and rail. In recent years Tajikistan has pursued agreements with Iran and Pakistan to gain port access in those countries via Afghanistan. The proposed route would go through the Gorno-Badakhshan Autonomous Province in the eastern part of the country.
The principal segments are in the southern region and connect the capital with the industrial areas of the Hisor and Vakhsh valleys and with Uzbekistan , Turkmenistan , Kazakhstan and Russia. In Tajikistan had 26 airports, 18 of which had paved runways, of which two had runways longer than 3, meters. There are also international flights, mainly to Russia, from Khujand Airport in the northern part of the country as well as limited international services from Kulob Airport , and Qurghonteppa International Airport.
Khorog Airport is a domestic airport and also the only airport in the sparsely populated eastern half of the country. Tajikistan has two major airlines Somon Air and Tajik Air and is also serviced by over a dozen foreign airlines. The total length of roads in the country is 27, kilometres.
The bridge was built by the United States. As of [update] many highway and tunnel construction projects are underway or have recently been completed. Tajikistan has a population of 8,, est. All citizens of Tajikistan are called Tajikistanis. In , ethnic Russians in Tajikistan made up 7.
The official and vernacular language of Tajikistan is Tajik, although Russian is routinely used in business and communication. The Constitution mentions Russian as the "language for inter-ethnic communication. Despite its poverty, Tajikistan has a high rate of literacy due to the old Soviet system of free education, with an estimated In nearly one million Tajiks worked abroad mainly in Russia.
There are also Uzbek , Kyrgyz and Russian minorities.
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