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Gendered ParadoxesEducating Jordanian Women in Nation, Faith, and Progress$
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Fida Adely

Print publication date: 2012

Print ISBN-13: 9780226006901

Published to Chicago Scholarship Online: September 2013

DOI: 10.7208/chicago/9780226006925.001.0001

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A Day in the Life of Nada

A Day in the Life of Nada

Chapter:
(p.1) Introduction A Day in the Life of Nada
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Gendered Paradoxes
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Fida J. Adely

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University of Chicago Press
DOI:10.7208/chicago/9780226006925.003.0008

The book starts with the story of Nada, an eleventh grader in the al-Khatwa Secondary School for Girls located in Bawadi al-Naseem. It is one of three high schools in the city, and it enrolls about six hundred students in grades 10 through 12. Most high school girls in Bawadi al-Naseem, Nada included, spend their days between home and school, making school an important space in their lives. Nada has lived in Bawadi al-Naseem all of her life and has studied at al-Khatwa since tenth grade. She is known among her friends as the peacemaker as she is always resolving disputes between friends. Nada studies hard and hopes to go to college, although it is unclear whether she can achieve this goal since her grades are not very strong.

Keywords:   students, school, school girls, Bawadi al-Naseem

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