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The Communist Party of Tajikistan, the government - especially the higher offices - and economic management organizations were largely directed by men.
In the last decades of the twentieth century, Tajik social norms and even de facto government policy favored a traditionalist, restrictive attitude toward women that tolerated wife beating and the arbitrary dismissal of women from responsible positions.
As a result, large numbers of people, mainly men working in the construction industry or other low-skilled jobs, left abroad in search of work opportunities: by 2009 it was estimated that approximately 800,000 Tajiks were working in Russia.
About 90% of the population is Muslim, with most of them practicing Sunni Islam.Many women remained in the home not only because of traditional attitudes about women's roles but also because many lacked vocational training and few child care facilities were available.By the end of the 1980s, Tajikistan's preschools accommodated 16.5 percent of the children of appropriate age overall and 2.4 percent of the rural children.In the late Soviet era, female underemployment was an important political issue in Tajikistan because it was linked to the Soviet propaganda campaign portraying Islam as a regressive influence on society.Some argue that the issue of female employment was more complicated than was indicated by Soviet propaganda.