INSTRUCTION: Write a one-page commentary on the readings. Make sure you write a short introduction, with a clearly enunciated thesis.
1. One page, double-spaced, 12 point font.
2. You must cite your work for any points made. ONLY USE ATTACHED PDFs AS YOUR RESOURCES, NO OUTSIDE SOURCES. Please make sure your citations are spread out through the whole PDF. Make multiple citations. Make sure you mention the author or authors’ main argument(s)
3. Do not summarize the readings
5. Break it into paragraphs.
6. Each paragraph has one main idea or argument. A new idea means a new paragraph.
7. Make sure to write a concluding sentence or short paragraph.
8. Avoid informal language.
9. Grammar and punctuation
***** PLEASE FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY. ANY USE OF SOURCES BESIDES THE ATTACHED PDFS WILL RESULT IN AN AUTOMATIC FAIL AND ACADEMIC DISHONESTY
Requirements: 1 page double spaced
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The emphasis on women’s rights by Beck and Nikki in their book is admirable. While focusing on Egyptian women, agriculture was a significant practice in the region (261). The acknowledgment of the seclusion and inferiority of women during the Hellenistic period is practical. This point enables the reader to understand why the woman’s rights endorsed by the sharia laws were a huge deal (Beck & Nikki, 262). This entails rights such as the woman’s ability to control her financial life and declare the invalidity of her marriage (Beck & Nikki, 263). Generally, this gives a broader perspective of how the aspect of women’s development helped reduce the discriminatory practices that promoted inequality in other cultures. In her social science book, Tucker provides an informative phenomenon in society, revealing how women’s development has taken the course in Islam communities (Tucker, 66-67).