National mobilization, war conditions, and gender consciousness

Kawar, Amal
March 1993
Arab Studies Quarterly;Spring93, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p53
Academic Journal
Expounds on the origins of the General Union of Palestinian Women and its relationship with the Palestinian Liberation Organization's male leadership. Opportunities for women's participation in the Palestinian Liberation Movement; Mobilizing women for national liberation; Effects of war conditions on women's political work; Women's participation in social welfare programs.


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