The survey’s aim is to address whether or not the practice placement of Norwegian social work students over six consecutive years in the Balata Refugee Camp in Nablus, Palestine, has had any impact on the attitudes toward women among the population in the Camp. To achieve this, two groups, one experimental and one control, of a total 261 respondents, have been exposed to the Attitudes Toward Women Scale (AWS) that is translated from English to Arabic for this purpose. Another research was to see if there are statistical differences between male and female respondents, and if there is an association between education level, socio-economic status, age, religious affiliation, and total AWS scores. The findings suggest that the students have had no impact on attitudes toward women within the camp population. However, a significant positive correlation exists between positive and egalitarian attitudes toward women and level of education.
Gustafsson, Erni; Alawi, Nabil; and Andersen, Per Normann
"Attitudes toward Women in Palestine: A Quantitative Survey,"
Journal of International Women's Studies: Vol. 20:
2, Article 15.
Available at: https://vc.bridgew.edu/jiws/vol20/iss2/15