The justification for the sacrifice for Decision making powers for women are far from the minds of Men though there has been a traditional development by the women in Development issues, Growth of Industrial Sectors, trades, moderations etc in every walk of society. Women are trusted into the most unskilled occupations by reason of their origin. They are assigned for house keepings, cleaning jobs, farm works etc. In our social forms there is no escape for them since they are always bound by the social inspirations for not getting detached from the society. India’s many places are patriarchal; in the sense that women are being denied to participate in the public life and that important issues associated with local politics have been an area of men (Mishra, 1999) women and organizing them.
Up until the late 1910’s, women did not have much say with what went on in society, nor did they have much control over their own lives. It had been tradition that a woman obeyed without question and did anything in her power to please those around her. Such ideals are seen in Like Water for Chocolate, however, instead of having to follow a male figurehead, Tita, her sisters, Pedro, and even Mama Elena must obey the invisible laws of society. However, everyone finds a way to bend these laws and help get a foot into the threshold of how things are in the modern day. Through Tita, Gertrudis, Mama Elena and other characters actions, it is shown that women do have a tremendous amount of power in regards to what they do.
The world has definitely made a few giant steps towards gender equality. Many might think that feminism is a thing of the past and we don't need it anymore. After all, women can now vote are in management positions in politics and the wage gap is barely noticeable. And it's true, women do have more social, economic and political rights than ever before, but this is where the mind process about feminism usually comes to an end. Women are not oppressed anymore, move on.
Despite being stuck in a patriarchal society where women have no more hopes in life than a prosperous marriage, Elizabeth Bennet exemplifies the idea of an independent woman and acts as a heroine through her outspoken personality and courageousness to follow her own path in life. It would be an understatement to say that marriage is the goal of most women in Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. A reader has to look no farther than the first page of the book to see that a beneficial marriage is the epitome of happiness in this society. The first introduction that readers have to Mrs. Bennet is due to her interference in her daughters’ lives. Mrs. Bennet lives for only one thing: to see her daughters married to a man of some wealth and circumstance.
Each one of these reforms, the Market Revolution, Second Great Awakening, led to women becoming more vocal about their wants and needs, their children’s wants and needs but also to the countries wants and needs. Women were able to make changes happen by gaining the education, and independence but not by setting down and waiting for a man to give it to them but by stepping out of their roles and thumbing their noses at the establishment and demanding change. But the one thing that never changed over this time is that the mother is the nurturer of her family and the moral compass that guides her children on the right
As anyone might expect, women in the Victorian age had no power and needed fight for the betterment they must have had in their lives. What one considers as woman 's rights today had not yet taken a shape in the Victorian age. The rationality of female liberation, be that as it may, turned into a reviving point for some Victorian women authors. In spite of the fact that their theories and techniques were frequently very unique, an ultimate objective of women authors in the nineteenth century was to a great extent the same. Artists and authors most of the time had to be clever while tending to their status in the social groups.
In this world full of women, there are so few in leadership positions. Whether in education and workforce, women have made a lot of advances. However, discrimination exists in society which impacts aspects of everyday life like women being rejected in numerous opportunities and to advance in the corporate world than men. The idea of equality of gender and opportunity has been a discussion for a long time. Being a housewife and a mother is the role a woman have taken which viewed as their primary role, but women wanted to step out on their own and be independent.
Without educating womenfolk one cannot think of prosperous future generation. So, the development of future generation depends upon the education of women section. The children learn their manners and behaviours at home and mostly mothers are responsible for cultivating good behaviour in their children. Swami Vivekananda once said that, “It is impossible to think about the welfare of the world unless the condition of women is improved. It is impossible for a bird to fly on only one wing”.
Despite belonging to an elite class, Tehmina Durrani suffered from the worst possible tyrannies. My Feudal Lord is a story of conventional women who has complex relations with her mother. Owing to this in young age and alienation from his own home Tehmina decides to marry Anees who belonged to an upper middle-class family. Durrani acknowledges this as “I wanted to escape from my family”. She never built an affectionate relation with Anees.
Without caring for almost half the population we still hope to achieve growth. In many societies around the world women never belong wholly to themselves. Their health, security is beyond their control. The year 2001 was declared as the Women’s Empowerment Year, to focus on the mission of making women equal to men. It was to empower women to