CHAPTER 3 LITERATURE REVIEW There are a number of studies that have examined the impact of gender inequality in education, employment and health on economic growth and development. Seguino (2000) examines empirically the determinants of economic growth for a set of semi-industrialized export-oriented economies in which women provide the bulk of labor in the export sector. In this paper the basic hypothesis tested is that gender inequality which causes to women’s relatively lower wages was a stimulus
of the mother, the baby approximately weighs three point four kilograms or seven point five pounds. After all, we have three phases of the changes in development in terms of the physical attributes. The first phase is from infancy up to the early childhood. In this level, children grow very quickly and experience meaningful and beautiful memories in thr first few years of their life. In terms of the physical development of every normal children, the hair grow fast, they can have teeth, the height and
comprehension and retention which consequently expedite their process of learning. In the present study, we want to see whether EBLI can be regarded as a suitable approach for teaching language to children with mild cognitive disabilities. Review of related literature A. Children With Mild Mental Retardation Mental retardation is a genetic disorder identified by below average intellectual functioning (IQ score of below 70), and limitations in adaptive behavior initiating before age 18 (AAIDD, 2002).
reservations breaking down their joint families and separating them from their relatives. The quality of life in most of these Indian reservations can be compared to that of the developing world, with issues of infant mortality, lower life expectancy, malnutrition, poverty, alcohol and drug abuse. Lack of adequate housing on reservations is one of their important issues. Most of the people are living in substandard housing. While most of the Americans are provided with running water, telephones and electricity
increasingly rolled back. They had no opportunities to live their lives according to their own wishes, forceful marriages, lack of freedom, lack of education and husbands’ harsh and cruel treatment towards them . Afghan Women in English Literature Much of the English literature on Afghan women examines their victimization under repressive culture and political practice. The stereotypical view of an Afghan woman is a fully veiled, demure creature that has been battered by the men and regimes that govern her
alms and therefore she makes sure to keep at least one of her child that way. This poem bears a strong resemblance to, and can be better understood, in the light of this article “Thinking about Mother’(1990) by Janet Montefiore. This article is a review of three books. Alongside a work of literary criticism and a psychological study of mother/child dynamics, she writes about “Death without Weeping: The violence of Everyday life in Brazil”(1992) by Nancy Scheper-Hugehes. This is based on a long-term