To what extent can the current situation of disparity in Iran, especially under the aspect of equality in the educational sector, show paradoxical findings within the framework of the liberal feminist theory?

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Introduction: todays context and importance, Irans current political situation, historical background and origin of current situation (religion, political perspective on women, repression) –> introducing the way of working through to causal analysis
Main part: introducing the feminist theorie as such, and specifying knowledge to liberal feminism (point of view, representatives etc.) and applying it to todays context in Iran (Is liberal feminism in Iran possible/already in the works? Can anybody interfere and help it take its course?), introducing the SDG´s and where they come from, and how they generally support international politics (How is the measurement of education possible? How far is Iran currently? Can we contrast the main arguements of liberal feminism and the current situation in Iran? Are they paradox when put in analysis with the educational sector and the SDG´s?), what did in fact influence Iran´s educational level? did any international factors (economic/political/historical)/actors/states interfere?
Conclusion: concluding thoughts on the topic, own critical assumptions (please write down own thoughts and opinions), visions of the future, wishes, process of research, limitations (sources, authors, language).

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