Edits the Table of Contents as it appears on the thesis?

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i made some edits on the thesis that made difference between the Table of Contents and the thesis. i want you to add chapter 4 on the Table of Contents and to add the list of tables on the Table of Content. make sure when i cleck to any topic in the Table of Contents transfer me to its place on the thesis.

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CompEngineerHarold
School: UIUC

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ABSTRACT

Title of Thesis:

WOMEN EMPOWERMENT IN SAUDI ARABIA
hhhhhhhhhhhh, Master of hhhhhh, May 2017

Thesis Chair:

hhhhhhhh, Ph.D.

The topic of women empowerment in Saudi Arabia has attracted international
attention in recent years. Noticeably, women in Saudi Arabia still constitute less than 16
percent of the national workforce in spite of there being as many qualified women as men.
There is a serious need for reforms in the political, law and labor market sectors. While
putting emphasis on the importance of women’s contribution to progress and development,
this thesis aims to study and analyze the factors influencing women empowerment in Saudi
Arabia with regards to the fulfillment of the New Vision 2030. The extent to which
entrepreneurship is possible for women in Saudi Arabia is also looked into and its capability
to enhance Saudi’s financial independence, social-cultural autonomy, and general welfare.
Based on the Tenth Saudi Development Plan (2015-2019), empowering women in Saudi
Arabia has been outlined and elaborated in details within a development plan for the first
time. In addition to the development plan, the New Vision 2030 of Saudi Arabia launched by
the Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has given great consideration on
empowering the women in Saudi Arabia. In the New Vision 2030, there shall be an increase
in the percentage of women engaging in the labor market from 22 percent to 30 percent. The
study endeavored to attain the following objectives: to investigate the influence of social
factors on the position of women in the society, to establish how individual factors influence
women empowerment, to examine the influence of policy factors on women empowerment
and lastly to explore the influence of ideological factors on women empowerment. The
accessible population for this study was 70 people with higher education academic
qualifications and above. Ostensibly, this study established that there is a gradual rise in the
population of females enrolling for post graduate studies recently relative to the past regime.

WOMEN EMPOWERMENT IN SAUDI ARABIA
by
hhhh

A Thesis Submitted in Partial Fulfilment of the
Requirements for the degree hhhhhhhh

hhhh

May 2018

WOMEN EMPOWERMENT IN SAUDI ARABIA

By

hhhhhhh

has been approved

May 2018

THESIS COMMITTEE APPROVAL:

__________________________, Chair
hhhhhhh, Ph.D.

__________________________
hhhhhh, Ph.D.

__________________________
hhhhhhhh, Ph.D.

DEDICATION

To my father and my mother who encouraged me to reach my goal.
To my wife, my sisters and brothers, I appreciate their faith in my abilities.

Table of Contents
List of Tables ............................................................................................................................. 7
List of Figures ............................................................................................................................ 8
CHAPTER ONE ...................................................................................................................... 10
1.0 INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................................. 10
1.1 Background Information ................................................................................................ 10
1.2 Statement of the Problem ............................................................................................... 11
1.3 The Purpose of the Study ............................................................................................... 12
1.4 Research Objectives ....................................................................................................... 13
1.5 Research Questions ........................................................................................................ 13
1.6 The Significance of the Study ......................................................................................... 13
1.7 Limitations of the Study ................................................................................................. 14
1.8 The Scope of the Study ................................................................................................... 14
1.9 Assumptions of the Study ............................................................................................... 15
2.0 Theoretical Framework ................................................................................................. 15
2.1 Operational Definition of Terms .................................................................................... 17
CHAPTER TWO ..................................................................................................................... 18
2.0 LITERATURE REVIEW ................................................................................................. 18
2.1 Introduction.................................................................................................................... 18
2.2 Human Development in relation to education and employment .................................... 21
CHAPTER THREE ................................................................................................................. 23
3.0 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY ..................................................................................... 23
3.1 Introduction.................................................................................................................... 23
3.2 Source of Data ............................................................................................................... 23
3.3 Place of Survey .............................................................................................................. 23
3.4 Respondents ................................................................................................................... 24
3.5 Sample Design ............................................................................................................... 24
3.6 Sample Size .................................................................................................................... 25
3.7 Research Instruments ..................................................................................................... 26
3.8 Data Analysis ................................................................................................................. 27
3.8.1 Quantitative Data Analysis ......................................................................................... 27
3.9 Variables ........................................................................................................................ 29
3.10 Dependent variable ...................................................................................................... 29
3.11 Independent variables .................................................................................................. 29
3.12 Statistical Methods ....................................................................................................... 29
CHAPTER FOUR .................................................................................................................... 32
4.0DATA TABULATION AND ANALYSIS .......................................................................... 32

4.1Frequency Tables ............................................................................................................ 32
4.2 Cross-Tabulation ........................................................................................................... 46
4.2.1 Employment Status vs. marital status ..................................................................... 46
4.2.2 Employment status vs. level of education ............................................................... 47
4.2.3 Response Scale of Selected Statement Related to Job Opportunity vs. Marital
Status ................................................................................................................................ 48
4.2.4 Response Scale of Selected Statement Related to Job Opportunity vs. Level of
Education ......................................................................................................................... 55
4.3 Logistic Regression ........................................................................................................ 62
4.3.1 Binary logistic regression of employment status .................................................... 62
4.3.2 Ordinal Logistic Regression ................................................................................... 63
CHAPTER FIVE ..................................................................................................................... 65
5.0 SUMMARY, CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATION ........................................... 65
5.1 Introduction.................................................................................................................... 65
5.2 Summary of the Findings ............................................................................................... 65
5.3 Conclusion ..................................................................................................................... 66
5.4 Policy Recommendation................................................................................................. 67
5.5 Recommendation for Further Research ......................................................................... 67
REFERENCES ........................................................................................................................ 68

List of Tables
Table 4. 1 Women are more qualified than men in terms of labor skills requirements ........... 32
Table 4. 2 Women can help steer the New vision 2030 of Saudi Arabia when empowered .... 33
Table 4. 3 The new Vision 2030 does not have greater impact as far as women .................... 34
Table 4. 4 Women’s education is key to ensuring development in the society ....................... 35
Table 4. 5 Women’s education is key to ensuring development in the society ........................ 36
Table 4. 6 Most women in Saudi do not know their rights ...................................................... 37
Table 4. 7 There should be policies implemented to ensure the status of women in ............... 38
Table 4. 8 Women are now permitted to drive vehicles. .......................................................... 39
Table 4. 9 There are transportation policies that directly affect women in Saudi Arabia. ..... 40
Table 4. 10 The level of women participation in politics, economy, and public life is good in
general. .................................................................................................................................... 41
Table 4. 11 Islam religion has positive contribution to women in carrying leadership in both
private and public sectors. ....................................................................................................... 42
Table 4. 12 Religious leaders do not give women a chance to lead in the mosques ............... 43
Table 4. 13 Islam religion has helped in uplifting women ....................................................... 44
Table 4. 14 Women can successfully lead organizations......................................................... 45
Table 4. 15 Crosstab between marital status and employment status ..................................... 46
Table 4. 16 Crosstab between level of education and employment status ............................... 47
Table 4. 17 Crosstab of marital status on ‘Women and men have equal opportunities in
Employment’ ............................................................................................................................ 48
Table 4. 18 Crosstab of marital status on ‘Women can successfully lead organizations’ ...... 49
Table 4. 19 Crosstab of marital status on ‘Islam religion has helped in uplifting women’ .... 50
Table 4. 20 Crosstab of marital status on ‘Religious leaders do not give women a chance to
lead in the mosques’................................................................................................................. 51
Table 4. 21 Crosstab of marital status on ‘Women are now permitted to drive vehicles’....... 52
Table 4. 22 Crosstab of marital status on ‘Women’s education is key to ensuring development
in the society’ ........................................................................................................................... 53
Table 4. 23 Crosstab of marital status on ‘The new Vision 2030 does not have greater impact
as far as women empowerment in Saudi Arabia is concerned’ ............................................... 54
Table 4. 24 Crosstab of level of education on’ Women and men have equal opportunities in
Employment’ ............................................................................................................................ 55
Table 4. 25 Crosstab of level of education on ‘Women can successfully lead organizations ‘
.................................................................................................................................................. 56
Table 4. 26 Crosstab of level of education on ‘Islam religion has helped in uplifting women’
.................................................................................................................................................. 57
Table 4. 27 Crosstab of level of education on ‘Religious leaders do not give women a chance
to lead in the mosques’ ............................................................................................................ 58
Table 4. 28 Crosstab level of education on ‘Women are now permitted to drive vehicles.’ ... 59
Table 4. 29 Crosstab of level of education on ‘Women’s education is key to ensuring
development in the society’ ...................................................................................................... 60
Table 4. 30 Crosstab of level of education on ‘The new Vision 2030 does not have greater
impact as far as women empowerment in Saudi Arabia is concerned’ ................................... 61
Table 4. 31 Binary Logistic regression of employment status on selected variables .............. 62
Table 4. 32 Ordinal regression of Women and men have equal opportunities in employment
on selected variables ................................................................................................................ 63

List of Figures
Figure 3. 1 ................................................................................................................................ 25

ABBREVIATION AND ACRONYMS
CEDAW - Convention of Eliminating Discrimination against Women.
UN – United Nations
TEVT – Technical Education & Vocational Training
UNIDO – United Nations Industrial Development Organization
GAStat – General Authority for Statistics

CHAPTER ONE
1.0 INTRODUCTION
1.1 Background Information
Since time immemorial, women have been demeaned, dehumanized, secluded,
marginalized, silenced and subjugated. Ostensibly, the topic of women empowerment in
Saudi Arabia has attracted global attention in recent years. Despite the significant increase in
females’ involvement as active members of the community within the complex communal
context of the region, there are several difficulties that come with it.
The topic of entrepreneurship with respect to women’s rights and their experiences in
the ownership of businesses has been important in academic discourse. Women across
different parts of the globe undergo various challenges including financial obstacles and
biases i...

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Awesome! Exactly what I wanted.

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