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According to the Holy writing a woman was created by God from the rib of Adam May be because of this fact the role of women through centuries was subordinate Lets have a glance throughout the history of the world and see the process of evolution of women Living in caves people distributed their duties and those of a woman were to keep the fire burning to cook food to give birth to children As you can see the duties of a woman seem to be eternal Nowadays a lot of women are occupied with household chores with almost the same duties But labor-saving devices in the home and ideas of women liberation have changed the womens view to their life and duties to a great extent But the situation isnt the same in all countries In developing countries for instance women are not regarded the same as men They have to face many taboos and in some countries they have to wear dark clothes But in developing countries the role of women is in many cases the same as mens But what made womens role in society change Its known that it began to change with the advent of the industrial revolution and women got the right to work alongside with men and to be paid for their work although their work costs cheaper Nevertheless their earning power gave them a certain amount of independence During periods of war when majority of men went to the front women took their places and did work on farms and factories and did it well Until 1946 of the XX th century it was unusual for women to be in a senior position in business low government service In the civil services women had to resign if they got married but in the course of time the low acknowledged that women should be treated the same way as men There is a sense in which the developments
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