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 ARTICLE REVIEW: LOW FEMALE LABOR PARTICIPATION IN PAKISTAN Name: Instructor: Course: Institution: Date: Article Review: Low Female Labor Participation in Pakistan Summary Bargaining approach is a relatively new phenomenon in the gender relations literature in alignment with family and household endeavors. Cooperation and conflict are the two major occurrences in the bargaining approach phenomenon. An individual’s access to outside resources determines his or her bargaining power in or outside the household and family endeavors. A person who is best capable of accessing outside resources such as land or employment enjoys better outcomes and higher levels of cooperation when involved in an undertaking. Various studies have proved that women have stronger bargaining power where they have an established source of income which leads to autonomy in economic terms. Economic independence and free access to various physical resources enables a woman to fight for her rights within and outside the household Their roles are also restricted to weaving embroidery and such other roles that are ‘woman-like.’ There are no considerations of the equality in qualifications or job prerequisites when it comes to pay as women get what their male counterparts stipulate in alignment with the patriarchal specifications. The use of quantitative method in this article makes it easy for the reader to understand the contents as numbers offer an accurate summary of what is contained therein. However an empirical research would have gone a long way in ensuring up-to-date and first-hand information in alignment with women employability and accessibility to economic resources and consequences of the same. Bibliography Isran S. & Isran M. A. 2013. Low female labour participation in Pakistan: Causes and consequences. Pakistan Journal of Social Sciences 33(1) 163-178. Trochim W. M. 2006. Deduction and induction. Research Methods Knowledge Base [online]. Available at <> [Accessed 17 October 2016]. [...]

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its a Article review.the review should focus on summarising the research described in your chosen article, and you should do this review by assessing the methodology used (i.e. showing me that you have a sound appreciation of the technical aspects of the research, whether it is quantitative or qualitative, inductive or deductive etc.). You should also look to critique the research intelligently, where possible, by considering the limitations (sometimes these are actually explicitly stated by the author/s, but sometimes it requires some reflection on your part: in other words, how would you have done things differently and why?). So, I need a summary and an appraisal in your review.its should be a word format.Havard Referencing

Subject Area: Arts

Document Type: Annotated Bibliography

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Price $30

Words 1100

Pages 4

Completed in 18 days

Expert Carkim G

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even though my Professor haven't approved it,i think she did a good job.will hire her again.


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