Saudi Women's Rights in Civil Public Service System
Dr. Haifa Abdul Rahman Saleh Bin Shalhoub, Dr. Huda Ahmed Al-Khayyal, Dr. Hassa Abdulrahman Al Sanndh and Dr. Hind Fayia Al-Shahrani
DOI : 10.3844/jssp.2017.233.238
Journal of Social Sciences
Volume 13, Issue 4
This paper aims at understanding the reality of Saudi women's rights in Civil Public service system. In doing so, it aims to examine the planning indicators aimed at increasing awareness about Saudi women’s rights. In order to achieve the objectives of the study, the research uses statistical measures-Mean, Standard Deviation and Independent Sample T-test alongside other scientific test techniques such as One Way ANOVA. A survey was conducted amongst 338 faculty members of five different universities and 384 other university staff. The data was analyzed using SPSS software, which was then verified to test the indications of reliability and validity. The findings indicate increasing level of awareness amongst Saudi women regarding their rights in civil public service system.
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