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WOMEN IN POLITICS (A REVIEW OF COMMON AND ISLAMIC LAW PROVISION)

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Issue of gender equality (men and women) are equal in all ranks, which also includes politics, which is aimed at women rather than men, these debates degenerate and disintegrate into discordant posturing, grandstanding, sweeping, generalizations and misrepresentation. I do not intend to throw my hat into the ring. I only wish to add my voiced to the discourse. Before women participation in politics remained a contentious but neglected area in dedicated academic discourse or forum such as the instant one. This, thus long essay is but an attempt to shed light on some darkened areas with the hoe that the eager picture will be clearer and with the realization that Islam, rather than dehumanize, it actually enhanced the status of women.

In this long essay, an attempt is made to analyze and examine the divergent views and arguments of both proponents and opponents of women participation in politics. On the other hand, women in politics, although with a caveat, that should not be at the expense of the family and dewomanizing the women. This long essay further seeks to address the need of open mindness and accommodation there on from both sides of the divide.

Table of Content

Cover page
Certification
Abstract
Dedication
Acknowledgement
Tables of statutes
List of abbreviations
Table of contents

CHAPTER ONE:
GENERAL INTRODUCTION
1.0.0 INTRODUCTION
1.1.0 BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY
1.2.0 OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY
1.3.0 SCOPE OF THE STUDY
1.4.0 METHODOLOGY
1.5.0 LITERATURE REVIEW
1.6.0 CONCLUSION

CHAPTER TWO:
AN OVERVIEW OF WOMEN PARTICIPATION IN POLITICS: THE NIGERIAN EXPERIENCE
2.1.0 INTRODUCTION 
2.2.0 HISTORICAL BACKGROUND 
2.3.0 WOMEN IN POLITICS DURING THE PRE-COLONIAL ERA
2.4.0 WOMEN IN POLITICS DURING THE COLONIAL ERA
2.5.0 WOMEN IN POLITICS DURING THE POST-COLONIAL ERA
2.6.0 CONCLUSION

CHAPTER THREE
A REVIEW OF COMMON AND ISLAMIC LAWS PROVISION ON WOMEN PARTICIPATION IN POLITICS
3.0.0 INTRODUCTION
3.1.0COMMON LAW PERSPECTIVE
3.1.1STATUTORY PROVISIONS
3.2.0ISLAMIC LAW PERSPECTIVE
3.2.1TEXTURAL AUTHORITIES
3.2.2NON-TEXTUAL AUTHORITIES
3.3.0CONCLUSION

CHAPTER FOUR
COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF COMMON AND ISLAMIC LAWS PROVISIONS ON WOMEN PARTICIPATION IN POLITICS 
4.0.0.INTRODUCTION
4.1.0.SIMILARITIES BETWEEN COMMON AND ISLAMIC LAW
4.2.0.DIS-SIMILARITIES BETWEEN COMMON AND ISLAMIC LAW
4.3.0.CONCLUSION 

CHAPTER FIVE
CONCLUSION AND SUMMARY 
5.0.0SUMMARY
5.1.0CONCLUSION
5.2.0RECOMMENDATION

 

WOMEN IN POLITICS (A REVIEW OF COMMON AND ISLAMIC LAW PROVISION)

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Type Project
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Project ID LAW0152
Price ₦3,000 ($9)
Chapters 5 Chapters
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    Type Project
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    Project ID LAW0152
    Price ₦3,000 ($9)
    Chapters 5 Chapters
    No of Pages 87 Pages
    Format Microsoft Word

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