Attitudes of Rural Women Towards Working in Small Agricultural Prpojects in Bashiqa Sub-District / Nineveh Governorate/ Iraq

  • Hafsa Fatah Hade

Abstract

       The research aimed to identify the attitudes of rural women towards working in small agricultural projects in Bashiqa sub-district/Nineveh governorate in general. Also, to identify the correlation between the attitudes of rural women and each of the following independent variables: (age, marital status, educational level, family size, family support, The ability to solve problems), the final research sample amounted to (50) respondents after excluding the pre-test sample of (20) respondents. The data was collected by tool of a questionnaire form that consisted of three parts, the first part of which included the independent variables, and the second part included the dependent variable  attitudes of women towards working in small projects, while the third part included the most important problems facing rural women towards working in small projects.  The study stated that the majority of the respondents (92% are within the categories of the neutral and positive attitude towards working in small projects), and the study showed so a significant correlation between rural women’s attitudes towards working in small projects and each of the variables of educational level, family size, family support, and the researcher concluded that there is attitudes or a positive attitude among rural women  To work on these projects as a result of their awareness of the importance of these economic and social projects to them and their families.

Published
Mar 31, 2022
How to Cite
HADE, Hafsa Fatah. Attitudes of Rural Women Towards Working in Small Agricultural Prpojects in Bashiqa Sub-District / Nineveh Governorate/ Iraq. Tikrit Journal for Agricultural Sciences مجلة تكريت للعلوم الزراعية, [S.l.], v. 22, n. 1, p. 17-26, mar. 2022. ISSN 2664-0597. Available at: <http://tujas.tu.edu.iq/index.php/ph/article/view/564>. Date accessed: 28 may 2022. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.25130/tjas.v22i1.564.
Section
Economic and Extension Sciences