For this reason, one cannot simply assume that all agents involved in a certain social problem have the same understanding of it in terms of definition, conditions, remedies etc. Hence in knowing if Social problems have to be observable both those affected and those that observe it has to come to a consensus that it is indeed a social problem; child protection came out if the need to enforce the assumptions that are associated with modern interpretation of who a child is. Hence child protection rest on the very notion that a child is vulnerable, incompetent, incomplete needs guidance and family support. Based on these conditions laws and entities are implemented to protect the rights of children. However difficult arrises from the assumption are that these conditions were formed from observers who view child protection from an ideal society namely functionalist view point; because the conditions are not practical in all settings and they appear vague.
Gender discrimination a common practice when both men and women are trying to show their sovereignty and show the desire of altering their duties without giving importance to each other. Men and women both can face gender discrimination but women are more vulnerable due to delicacy and fragile looks. Examples of Gender discrimination include discrimination in family law, discrimination at workplace, discrimination in education, social restrictions etc. gender discrimination in education is the most prevalent issue in many developing countries such as Nigeria, Iran , Bangladesh, India. In education, most women experience differential treatment from their families and the society.
The root cause for this includes certain deeply embedded structural beliefs and barriers as also stereotypes and biases. Structural barriers are widespread policies, practices, perceptions and beliefs that perpetuate discriminatory treatment. Stereotypes and conscious & unconscious biases underlie the belief and perception that women are not suited for managerial jobs or leadership positions. Besides, lack of appreciation of individual factors and group differences are responsible for underrepresentation of women in the management
It may had the feeling that the whole US community was hostile to her. The author, in fact, wanted to address the unfair treatment to immigrants as racism. The cleanliness world which Miss Whiteside lived in conflicted with the uncleanliness world that main character lived in just like the major group of people with power refused to accepted the weak and minority party. The protagonist worked so hard and tried to get herself involved into the community, however a wall was settled between immigrants and the native. The racism was a long-time issue rooted into America which still existed nowadays though people kept fighting hard for equality.
Whatever the cause, statelessness has serious consequences for people in almost every country and in all regions of the world. Stateless persons are often denied enjoyment of a range of rights, including access to identity documents, education, employment and healthcare. Statelessness affects not only local communities, by effectively marginalizing and disenfranchising certain groups, but the international community as a whole, by making people more vulnerable to human trafficking and other forms of exploitation, such as recruitment by violent groups. Statelessness can both lead to, and result from, forced displacement. It can also contribute to political and social tensions and, where large populations are excluded or marginalized, can impair a State’s economic and social
India was a nation were inequality prevailed in every section of society. Even today you find such scenario in many sections. Gender inequality is one of them. In past history gender inequality was seen on a large scale. In many fields females were restricted; they were not allowed to enter.
This is one of the prevalent social problems in other countries. It occurs so often in foreign countries that it is called the cancer of society. Although gender inequality is also seen in our country, is it also a cancer of our society? Presented in this paper is the breakdown of gender inequality, and of course, feminism. Since gender inequality is mostly focused towards women, feminism is an ideology that aims to eradicate this discrimination towards the women of our society.
Have you ever been discriminated because of your gender or the way that the society looks at you? Such discriminations exist because of the influence of globalization, where gender inequalities are applied to women in areas such as health, education, employment, and political freedom. These have set a different living standard for each and everyone who lives in this world. Experiencing discrimination because of your gender and the way society looks at you is what one usually has to face at one point of their life or another. Being incapable of doing something, not physically strong, not considered human, and being ignored, are how women treated.
These people are also regarded as untouchables. If the woman belongs to Dalit community, they suffer two types of discrimination: first, of being a woman and second, belonging to the lowest community. Therefore it could be said that they are doubly oppressed. Woman who complete the human civilization along with man on the other side. Be that as it may, she is given second place all over.
Under different economic conditions, and under the influence of specific historical, cultural, legal and religious factors, marginalization is one of the manifestations of gender inequality. In other words, women may be excluded from certain jobs and occupations, incorporated into certain others, and marginalized in others. In general they are always marginalized relative to men, in every country and culture. Women belonging to lower classes, lower castes, illiterate, and the poorest region have different levels of marginalization than their better off