Dalit women’s access to citizenship rights, normally considered as accruing to every Indian citizen, has thus been examined more closely in regard to both their economic and social conditions as well as the various ways in which they are subjugated in public and private spheres. Wandana Sonalkar’s (2004) in her another work “Towards a feminism of caste: Gender and Caste”. She explore the Gender and Caste, in a sense, addresses this problem to some extent by bringing together a collection of historical and contemporary analyses, reports, manifestos and testimonies that bear on the theme and tries to align academic inquiry with contemporary political developments. This anthology is an important addition to Kali for Women’s series Issues in Contemporary Feminism, particularly because it seeks to exorcise the ghost of ‘monolithic identity’ which the Indian feminist
And how have their roles gradually changed? Introduction My approach towards the topic will be influenced by the research that I’ve done before on how women are treated in the society today and the knowledge gained from reading books which context is same as that of ‘The Odyssey’. This book will enable me to understand the Ancient Greek society since it will be exploring of a different culture of people and how they conducted themselves during that particular time. This research will propagate into the future as it shows how the role of women is evolving in the society. Research methodology The analysis of the text will help to see and know the role of women in the Odyssey as in the Ancient Greek society.
International relations theories are a complex web of concepts that explain and shape the international world. Therefore, since women make up approximately fifty percent of the world, there is should be a theory that best describes women and their experiences within and around the international stage. That is where feminism comes in. Feminism is the theoretical study of how women are treated and react compared to the rest of the world. The theory focuses on explaining why women are oppressed and highlights ways states can be deconstructed to equally represent women nationally and internationally.
Diversity is generally defined as accepting & valuing the differences among people in terms of ethnicity, class, gender, skills, abilities and age. In today’s world due to globalization of markets the workforce are increasingly becoming heterogeneous. Diversity in progressive organizations is gaining much attention & they are spending huge amount on diversifying their workforce. Thus diversity has been recognized to be the most important organizational resource to gain and maintain a competitive edge (Richa, 2013). According to many studies diversity can help organizations in many ways like in creativity, better understanding competitions in the market, solving problems effectively and strengthen the organization (Fabrice & Emmanuel, 2013).
Globalization has indeed impacted human rights worldwide; however as to whether the impact is negative or positive depends on which part of the world one finds him/herself. “Human Right” by definition “is the right which is believed to belong to every person”. The central idea of globalization is for businesses to develop international influence and operate on an international scale. Globalization has given people the right to information. Thanks to globalization technology has travelled all over the world to help people have easy access to information.
INTRODUCTION Intersectionality between multiple social categories such as gender, age, race, sexuality has received a considerable amount of attention during the past few years. This is so because more people are voicing out their oppressive experiences through national protests and social media platforms. Once the feminist thought of gender as a variable within the multiple social categories of identity consisting of being 'woman or female ' and 'man or male ' is no longer sufficient to encounter the multiple complexes of social discrimination that many women faces today. This suggests that identities are not created by a unit variable of social categories, but are created through multiple variables of social categories and experiences that intersects along the crossroad of structural power and institutions. Even though feminists works for gender equality, it has not been inclusive of other women with background and thus was questioned by women of colour for catering
Globalization has caused more inter mixing amongst people from different cultures and backgrounds than before. People are now aware of diversity in the marketplace worldwide with competition coming from almost everywhere in the continent. Diversity can be a solution as well as problem, it has its own benefits and disadvantages. Hence we have to tactically manage the diversity in order to get maximum advantage from the same. Every organization adopts diversity at their workplace in order to become more innovative and open to change.
There will be more people to come from the different culture countries; they will be work together in workplace. As workplace globalization markets, the workplace diversity is more like to provide the communication platform. The employees’ gain to tangible an intangible benefits from workplace benefits including the mutual respect, conflict resolution, business reputation, job promotion and increased exposure
In this era of globalization, people from different countries, cultures, languages and backgrounds are now communicating, meeting and doing business with one another more than ever before. As people are starting to move together, it is necessary for them to have cultural sensitivity. Cultural sensitivity is being aware that both cultural differences and similarities exist between people. These differences and similarities involve attitudes, behaviors and communication styles. This need for cultural sensitivity has become even more important in today’s society as many countries are starting to expand globally.
3. Social status:The Indian society has been divided into different segments on the basis of caste, religion, economic status, culture,family background, status etc . On the basis of this social status, women suffer a lot due to social discrimination. It is a major factor for which women empowerment is necessary in our