Comparative Analysis of the Turkish and Cameroonian Women’s Evolving Participation in Social Life


Köse İ. , Madi Madi J.

Uluslararası Ekonomi ve Yenilik Dergisi, vol.74, no.1, pp.113-138, 2021 (National Refreed University Journal)

  • Publication Type: Article / Article
  • Volume: 74 Issue: 1
  • Publication Date: 2021
  • Doi Number: 10.20979/ueyd.763333
  • Title of Journal : Uluslararası Ekonomi ve Yenilik Dergisi
  • Page Numbers: pp.113-138

Abstract

Women’s rights and gender equality are current and vital problems in the world
which still need a solid and sustainable solution. This comparative analysis, which at first glancemay seem questionable, intends to compare two vastly different countries. Important differencesexist between the two nations. One is a member of NATO, a developed great world economic power, a member to G20, and is the first power in the Middle East to have its major economic city, Istanbul, among the most visited destinations around the world 
 .

The other nation is the main forcein the central African region, a developing country that is currently struggling with this process asit attempts to emerge into the developed world by 2035. At first glance, this comparison seemsdifficult and it is precisely this difficulty that is orienting this study around a specific factor andactor in the development process of these countries: the social status of Turkish and Cameroonianwomen. Driving this research is an innovative comparison designed to outline the converging anddiverging realities of these nations
Women’s rights and gender equality are current and vital problems in the world
which still need a solid and sustainable solution. This comparative analysis, which at first glancemay seem questionable, intends to compare two vastly different countries. Important differencesexist between the two nations. One is a member of NATO, a developed great world economic power, a member to G20, and is the first power in the Middle East to have its major economic city, Istanbul, among the most visited destinations around the world 
 .

The other nation is the main forcein the central African region, a developing country that is currently struggling with this process asit attempts to emerge into the developed world by 2035. At first glance, this comparison seemsdifficult and it is precisely this difficulty that is orienting this study around a specific factor andactor in the development process of these countries: the social status of Turkish and Cameroonianwomen. Driving this research is an innovative comparison designed to outline the converging anddiverging realities of these nations