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DISCRIMINATION AGAINST WOMEN

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DISCRIMINATION AGAINST
WOMEN.

SOCIAL ASPECTS
Society is a whole, of which individual is a part .
but our society has always ignored individuality in women.they have always been given very limited scope to improve themselves. In the family they have been given very low respect and are only considered to give birth and do all house work. they were never given education.
they were not allowed to take part in social activity.
ECONOMIC ASPECTS
Women had always been dependent on men.they were not strong.they also lacked in self confidence as, they did not earn money.
The men were only given rights to make decision.
Today also,the orthodox system of the family is set in favour of men. Even in cities, an educated women (who is
well employed) does not have control over salary only there husbands have the rights to their salary.Physical violence is common.


GENDER INEQUALITY
All through the ages women on the basis of gender
have been discriminated in almost all societies in the world.In India, there are various factors which perpetuate gender inequality and keep the status of women low.this discrimination begins from a very small age.Girls are not treated equally.boys are given more facilities like food,toys and are trained for the outside world. while girls are only trained for doing the household work.girls are taught to be soft spoken,tolerant etc while boys are trained to be serious and tough.It is a way of conveying them the message that they will have a different future when they become men and women.
CHILD MARRIAGE
Child marriage was a custom in olden
days where young aged children are forced to get married in their childhood.
Unfortunately,if the child's husband died they
had to spent rest of their life's like widow in agony.though,it is not common now they are still followed in rural places in India.
men and women two poles on which the whole
set up of a society depends. It means that the strength of the society depends upon the quality and strength of these two poles.If any pole get damaged or weak the whole structure shall collapse . here it is clear that both men and women are equal.but, is it true in real life?
are women treated well? no. well, women were not treated properly and were discriminated.
but now they are treated well.although,there are still such cases happening all over the world.
DISCRIMINATION AGAINST WOMEN!!!...
WIDOW REMARRIAGE
The woman as a widow was regarded as a burden both on the family and society. she lived a life of despise and neglect and not allowed to remarriage.
DOWRY SYSTEM
It is is the payment in cash or some kind of gifts given to a bridegroom's family along with the bride.egs) Jewellery. Sometimes the parents
are unable to fulfill the demands,the bride has to
face mentally and physically tortures.
work of men and women not
valued equally !!!!!
Both men and women are important for setting up of a society or a family.It means that the work of men and women is equally important. Hence,their work must be given equal value.but we don't find this situation in our society.the work of women has always been denied in our society.The work of men has recognition and,therefore given more importance. but women's work is generally overlooked or not valued in the same magnitude as the work of men.
RECOGNITION OF WOMEN'S HOUSEWORK
DO YOU ALL EAT BREAKFAST
AT THE MORNING? OR AT LEAST
EAT LUNCH AND DINNER?
DO YOU WHERE NICE IRONED
CLOTHES ? hhmmmm...
who does this? yes.
MOTHERS!!!!!

Needless to say women does
a number of work at home in order to take good care of their families. They always find themselves under pressure of various types of work. ex) cooking,washing clothes,teaching
their kids etc.

now, Who teaches you at home?(especially in exams) well,some will say they do it independently,their fathers teach them etc but most of you it will be mothers.All of these are all the physical and tough work women does (not just mothers). but, still they never show that they are tired.Instead, they do all their work regularly without fail.
DOUBLE BURDEN
some people's mother are working may not be able to manage all household things and work at the same time that's why we have caretaker's and house maids. But, mothers who are not working don't need maids as they only have to take care of the household things.But,some people cannot afford to keep a housemaid so,thus they end up having double burden.They have to manage work at home and office.they hardly get any time.such women definitely work much more than men.this again focuses on inequality between men and women.
WOMEN'S WORK IN EQUALITY
The devaluation of women's work is not seen inside the house only. In fact,it is a part of a larger system of inequality between men and women. Women's work must be recognized by all.
First of all
family member should value the work of women.
They must be aware of the fact that they enjoy peace and comfort in the house ,it is only due to the various valuable work performed by the women at proper time.
inequality in men and women is still existence in every part of
a country.to rectify this situation the government has set up:-
anganwadis or child care centers in several villages and countries. in these centers women are employed to look after children
our government has always tried it's best to give equal recognition to the work of women.Our constitution lays stress on principle of equality and guaranteed to women all rights and freedom as enjoyed by male counterparts .but,the biggest obstacle in real empowerment is that some areas where laws cannot interfere.though number of laws in favour of women have been passed but these are not followed.So,women must raise their voice against discrimination and stand in strength an unity.
we can
do it!!!!!!..
THANK YOU!!!
Done by olivya sara
7D
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