The paper "Women's Voting Rights in the U. S. and Egypt" is a wonderful example of an outline on social science. I. Introduction: Statement of the Problem A. Research Questions What are unique aspects of the American political system that had an impact on women’ s suffrage and how do these compare with Egypt’ s status? 2. What is the extent of women’ s economic contributions in both countries and its general effect on their empowerment? 3. What is the role of educational opportunities in advancing the rights of women in Egypt and America? 4. How have aspects of motherhood and domesticity influenced women’ s suffrage in both American and Egyptian context? 5.
How has spirituality shaped the liberation of American and Egyptian women? B. Research Hypothesis1. There are significant similarities concerning women’ suffrage in Egypt and America. 2. There are significant differences concerning women’ s suffrage in Egypt and America. II. Background and Significance of the Problem A. Operational Definitions1. Women2. Suffrage3. Women’ s Suffrage4. United States5. Egypt B. Importance of Comparing Women’ s Suffrage in Both Countries1. More Information2. Advocacy Purposes3. Springboard for Policies and ProgramsChapter II: Literature ReviewI. Overview A.
Interest in Women’ s Suffrage IssuesII. Historical Background A. Description of Past Movements III. Presentation of LiteratureA. Books and Journals Concerning SuffrageIV. Purpose of the Study and RationaleA. Importance of Studying Women’ s Suffrage in Both CountriesB. Advantages of the StudyV. Questions or Hypothesis VI. Operational DefinitionsA. SuffrageB. EgyptC. AmericaVII. SummaryChapter III: MethodI. OverviewA. Brief Significance of Methods in Researches II. Research MethodA. Research Design: Qualitative Research Design (Case Study)B. Selection of Subjects: Purposeful C. Instrumentation: Theories on Women’ s RightsD. Procedures for Data Collection1. Review of Case Studies and Other Researches2. Review of Published Articles on the Topic E.
Procedures for Data Analysis1. Patterns2. Tentative Hypothesis3. TheoriesIII. Assumptions and Limitations of the StudyA. Application of Theories in GeneralB. Lack of In-depth Analysis of Different Sources and SubjectsIV. SummaryA. MethodB. Assumptions and LimitationsChapter IV: ResultsI. What are the similarities of women’ s suffrage in Egypt and America in various factors? A. HistoryB. ChallengesC. ChangesD. PoliciesE. CultureII. What are the main differences between the two countries regarding the issue and the possible reasons for such? Chapter V: Discussion and RecommendationsI. Discussion of Results and ConclusionA. Implication of Results Via Theories and IssuesB.
Brief Statement of InferenceII. RecommendationsA. Improvement of the Study’ s WeaknessesB. Application of Results to Present and Future CrisesIII. Suggestions for Further ResearchA. Inclusion of Related Variables Such as Territory, Crime, and Politics