Today, women can be employed in whatever kind of job she wants. Since the Edwardian period, women had a lot of opportunities for employment and starts to breakout of the Victorian period. They were very much active. During the 20th century, more women served worldwide in the British Empire. Still, in my opinion, women are being discriminated by some people of what she can or cannot do.
Advertising, as it is known today, took its start during the beginning of the Industrial Revolution. A rapid increase in the manufacturing output enforced advertisers to find new methods of selling on such a large, previously inexistent scale, most of which are still found in today’s advertisements. At all times, the role of women in advertising has been indispensable; however, their portrayal had never been the same. Until the-near end of 20th century, it had been changing from one decade to another reflecting the current idealistic role of women in society. Then the role of women in advertising was limited to humanization.
In the 1920’s women went through a lot of changes that made them a free spirit, changes that made them what they are now and having the liberty of being independent. After the Civil War, women were willing to gain the same rights and opportunities as men. The war gave women the chance to be independent, to live for themselves. Women’s anger, passion, and voice to protest about what they were feeling was the reason of making the ratification of the 19th amendment, which consisted of giving women the right to vote. One of the largest advancement of that era was the women’s movement for the suffrage, which gave them the reason to start earning
These were her role as a daughter, spouse, homemaker, and mother. The woman, whose status and responsibilities customarily was very much characterized and practically settled in the society, is presently encountering far-reaching changes. The women in today’s time are going into certain new fields that were obscure to the women's prescribed field. Whether it’s social, economical or political field, women are active members everywhere. The women of the contemporary times have for the most part gotten the advanced education than the women of their previous times.
Though the role of women in the present is still not equal as that of men, the role of women has immensely changed over the generations. Much restrictions were either removed or loosened. Nowadays, women can receive formal education and go to exclusive schools, marrying is not the only career option for them as they can now work professional jobs and do much of what they weren’t allowed to do in the past. One can argue how much time has changed the world, both for the better and worse. The Elizabethan Period and the present vary in a great deal of aspects like the government, the social classes or hierarchy and the role of women.
As early as the beginning of the 20th century, women have been fighting against the suppression of sexual inequality. The presence of female in the workforce has been growing steadily ever since, nowadays, women can be seen in almost every position in the office. Women have made great progress in the battle to claim equality at work, however, gender inequity still persists. As early as infancy, we learn to adjust to the specific gender roles, and as we grow, they become more obvious and most people accept this reality as social norms. Therefore, people should not only be made aware of the importance of gender impartiality but should also be made fully-acknowledged of it.
This movement not only involved with white suffragists, but also with the black suffragists; the whole event was concentrating on sex and racial equality. "As Stanton consistently put it, the republican lesson of the war was that popular sovereignty, the equal political rights of all individuals, preceded and underlay government and nations.... The belief that the right to vote was the individual 's natural right made the case for woman suffrage much stronger." (Dubois, 91) Stanton believed that through the lesion of equal political rights and individual’s natural right made the woman suffrage even stronger. The biggest winner of the whole event is Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton.
FEMINISM MOVEMENT IN INDIA PRE-INDEPENDENCE The women’s movement in India is a rich and vibrant movement which has taken in different parts of the country in different forms. The nineteenth century social reformers were primarily concerning with the issues that affected the urban, upper caste, middle class women such as purdah, sati, education, age of marriage and widow remarriage. They had argued that the uplift of women was necessary in the country because women are the mothers of future generations. In which the women were urged to come out from their house and work for the betterment of the nation. And there was no questioning of the traditional role of mother and wife.
Gender equality is a very important issue. Many think we have achieved gender equality but there is still a long way to go. In Iceland gender equality has come a long way and has a rich history in the battle for women´s rights and gender equality. We have so many strong women running businesses and female government officials to look up that improvements in Iceland keep on growing tremendously. Women have been getting more education and because of Iceland’s rich history and strong women, we have become the country with the best gender equality.
In India, women’s have marked their presence in all the disciplines and projected their talents, skill sets, knowledge and witnessed success in any grade of job that they have taken up. With the increase in gender equality of women and rising educational levels women have slowly started to creep into management jobs by entering into corporate life. However, social and cultural attitudes are remaining as prevalent factors in choices of jobs for women as most of them prefer feminine jobs like teaching or nursing. Today’s women are participating in all spheres of economic generation and are aware of their personal needs and also demand greater equality and status within and outside India. The World Bank has stated that if India has to eradicate