Women: The Contemporary Feminist Theory

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Introduction: Many studies have been written about women. All the studies have been found that women suffer from many problems during her life. For example, getting paid less than men in work place, sexual violence, and getting abuse. Almost everyday we see in TV or read in newspaper about problems that women suffer from. So even if we now see that women can choose her husband and depend economically in her self. There are still some problems that face them. In this article Contemporary feminist theory: There are many feminist theories that were talking about women situation. One of these theories is contemporary feminist theory. According to the (book). The theory seeks to analyse the conditions which shape women’s lived and to explore…show more content…
That means that they can’t work every where. Their main woke that they work as a teacher, nurse, and secretary (web). Many things make them limited to these jobs. First, is the community looks. That the communities or the societies see women as housewives. Also, women should work in place with has little responsibility in it. Moreover, women can not work or be doctor for example because they are not welcome in such school and to be doctor you should spend all your day working and that women can not do because they have house and children (first article). So because of that in 1960 only 6% of women are doctor, 3% as lawyers, and less that 1% as an engineering (web) So the movement has many goals. One of them is to dismantling workplace inequality. Such as expected to get better jobs and salary. In 1966, the national organisation for women appeared. It was seeking for equality laws for women, and changing the workplace discrimination(web). The success of this movement starts after the boom of American economy. At that time many jobs were available. Also at that time the society accepted the idea of women working. However, the salary at that time was still little comparing to men. Because of that many women start to enter schools of medical, laws, and…show more content…
However, they avoid seeking for help outside the family. Also, they have strong ties with their families because of that most of them get married from inside the family. Moreover, they expect protection and support from their families. However, most of them fail to get support from their families especially if they behave in immoral way. lonely One of the problems that women suffer with is the loneliness. According to oxford dictionary, loneliness means feeling sadness because you do not have someone to talk to like friends or family. Article 3 shows that people are very lonely in family especially Palestine women. Most of them suffer in their family because of domestic violent from their families and husbands. Also most of women do not get huge, kiss, and they can’t cry in front of people especially their mothers. So all that make them feel lonely because they can’t open their heart and talk about their feeling to their family and
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