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ArtikelDigital Muslimas: ICT Skills of Females in Middle Eastern Countries  
Oleh: Primo, L. Heidi
Jenis: Article from Bulletin/Magazine - ilmiah internasional
Dalam koleksi: Educational Technology: The Magazine for Managers of Change in Education vol. 50 no. 03 (May 2010), page 38-42.
Topik: Electronic Learning; Social Justice; Females; Distance Education; Online Courses; Illiteracy; Access to Computers; Foreign Countries; Information Technology; Educational Technology; Muslims; Employment; Gender Discrimination; Feminism; Barriers; Gender Issues; Political Issues; Empowerment; News Media
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Isi artikelThis article examines women in Islamic countries with regard to sustainable futures, equity, and social justice. Some barries to ICT use for women in the Middle East include access to computers, gender discrimination by employers, marginalized political participation, high rates of illiteracy, and lack of independence. Distance education offers a pathway to gain legimate, respectable higher education qualifications and opens new pathways to learning, but online learning faces obstacles and potential culture barries in Islamic countries.
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