Syrian refugee women caught between patriarchy and new responsibilities: How being the female head of a household in Jordan determines expectations towards daughters.

Source: UNHCR (2014). The ongoing war in the Syrian Arab Republic accounts for approximately 5.6 million Syrian refugees worldwide (UNHCR 2019a). With the protracted nature of the conflict, forced migration has become one of the most pressing regional and global issues of our present times (Freedman et al. 2017). Jordan is one of the countries … Continue reading Syrian refugee women caught between patriarchy and new responsibilities: How being the female head of a household in Jordan determines expectations towards daughters.