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Dr Paul O'Connor
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  1. I have seen a few postings on this University of Michigan research. It looks  at different attitudes to women’s dress amongst countries of majority Muslim populations.

    The Pew Research centre presents an interview with the researchers and unearths further context to the project.

    From the interview with the researchers.

    The bottom line is that there is no significant difference in dress-style preferences between men and women, except in Pakistan where men prefer more conservative styles. Men and women, however, differ on the issue of a woman’s right to dress as she wishes. Women are more strongly in favor of this statement than men across the seven countries. People with a university education are also more supportive of women’s choice (except in Saudi Arabia).”

     
     
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