Average Rating 0 Reviews Download The introductory chapter to the book "Gendered Paradoxes" intends to help students understand the context of education in the Arab world. Focusing on Jordan, the entire book delves into the realm of educating Jordanian women in nation, faith, and progress. The theme of this introduction is "a day in the life of Nada," a Jordanian female student. Related Resources Egypt: A Land of Firsts - Elementary Lessons on EgyptHistory & Culture A Global Controversy: The U.S. Invasion of IraqHistory & Culture Libya profile - TimelineHistory & Culture The Middle East after World War I: Drawing Boundaries, Dividing a Region, and Creating a CrisisHistory & Culture Reviews Login to submit a review There are no reviews yet for this resource.