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    Is reservation for women in parliament justified? Women empowerment and social issue, Status of women in Indian society. What is empowerment for women? The last decades have witnessed some basic changes in the status and role of women in our society. There has been shift in policy approaches from...
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  • Law Is Not Doing Any Betterment for Women
    Sharad Yadav would call a parkati aurat. And I am opposed to th motion of the debate that betterment of women lies in d lap of law It may make for great politics for one leader after the other to give sound bites on the empowerment of women but that does not take away from the fact that it is the easy...
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  • Beauty Pageants
    high-profile version. Note that there are difficult technical issues about running this debate: it probably works best as a values debate on whether beauty contests are a good thing or not, but this kind of comparison motion is frowned upon in some policy-based debating circles. Proposing a ban on beauty contests...
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  • Ela Bhatt
    secretary of state Hillary Clinton has hailed India's eminent social activist Ela Bhatt as one of her "heroines" for her pioneering work in empowering women. "I have a lot of heroes and heroines around the world," Clinton said on Thursday, adding that one of them is Ela Bhatt, who started an organization...
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  • State of Education Depicts Nations Growth
    http://www.uvm.edu/~debate/watch/?C=M;O=D for debate videos- TOPIC: The state of education depicts the growth of nations development. (for the motion of topic) INTRODUCTION In the modern times education is most effective tool of empowerment. You empower a man with this magical wand and he will create...
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  • Research Paper on Health
    WOMEN, HEALTH and DEVELOPMENT: ISSUES AND CHALLENGES * Research paper : “Inequities in Women Health and Health Problems Among The Adolescent Girls” Mrs.Reshma, M.A., LLB, M.Phil (Research Scholar) Asst.Professor, Dept. of SOCIOLOGY, Government First Grade Collage, Tarikere, Chikmagaluru District...
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  • Women Reservation
    Day (March 8), India witnessed the high voltage drama over much talked Women’ Reservation Bill in the Parliament. The Women’s Reservation Bill is the most essential bill to empower women in Indian politics. According to the bill, women will enjoy 33 per cent of the reservations in the Lower House of the...
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  • Empowerment
    EMPOWERMENT OF WOMEN IN INDIA India, our country, is well known for its cultural heritage, civilisation, religion and its geographical features. Moreover,India is also popularly dubbed as a malechauvinistic nation. We proudly portray our nation as “Bharat-Mata” and raise slogans in praise of our unity...
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  • The More Liberated Women Get, the Fewer Children Couples Will Have
    The More Liberated Women get, the Fewer Children Couples will have: A Debate By: Ushna Khan Lodhi & Asra Zafar Khan SS 255A Population Studies Winter 2007-2008 Dr. Sarah Zaidi Abstract This paper seeks to justify the impact of women’s liberation and autonomy on decreasing fertility...
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  • Commerce
    Repositioning Women through Cooperatives and Dynamics of Social Inclusion Repositioning Women through Cooperatives and Dynamics of Social Inclusion: An Indian Perspective Bishnu Mohan Dash1 Abstract The term women’s empowerment has always been a subject of discussion among academicians, development...
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  • women in corporates
    Studies Term Paper Women In Corporates And Hierarchical Set Up 14ENG5028 1 MA English Abstract;- Introduction ;- Women in work place;- Difference In Working Hours;- Economic Growth and Women;- Women Are 40% Of the worlds...
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  • Some Thoughts
    (1990 : 45) observes that 'nationalism has typically sprung from masculinized memory, masculinized humiliation and masculinized hope'. She argues that women are consigned to inconsequential, often representational, roles in nationalist activities, either as emblems of nationhood, to be elevated and shielded...
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  • A Study of Corporate Social Responsibility
    describes CSR as “business’ commitment to contribute to sustainable economic development, working with employees, their families, the local community, and society at large to improve their quality of life.” The European Commission advocates CSR as “Being socially responsible means not only fulfilling legal...
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  • Beauty contest are harmfu
    adult womens beauty contests as overwhelmingly the most popular and high-profile version. - Note that there are difficult technical issues about running this debate: it probably works best as a values debate on whether beauty contests are a good thing or not, but this kind of comparison motion is frowned...
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  • Woman
    Woman A woman (pl: women) is a female human. The term woman is usually reserved for an adult, with the term girl being the usual term for a female child or adolescent. However, the term woman is also sometimes used to identify a female human, regardless of age. Womanhood Womanhood is the period...
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  • Impact of Media on Socio-Cultural Values and Social Institution in Indian Society
    of democracy, has a huge impact on the society. The effects are of course, positive as well as negative. Media is such a powerful tool that it literally governs the direction of our society today. It is the propeller as well as the direction provider of the society. Opinions can change overnight and celebrities...
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  • women empowerment
    Women's Rights in India: A Bibliography Education Curriculum and Gender Question : The Indian Experience, Saroj Pandey ( Senior lecturer, DTEE, NCERT, New Delhi) , Social Action, Vol. 46, Jan-Mar.1996, p.p. 340-347 This article explores the development of the curriculum in formal educational organisations...
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  • Human Rights
    Human Rights : Background & Perspective By John Samuel As important as civil and political rights in the Indian context are the rights of the marginalised -- women, tribals, Dalits or lower-castes, and the poor whose survival depends on access to natural resources. It is the rights of the marginalised...
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  • Essay List
    Judicial Activism and Indian Democracy. (2004) 4. Water Resources Should Be Under the Control of the Central Government. (2004) 5. What is real education? (2005) 6. How should a civil servant conduct himself? (2003) 7. Women’s Reservation Bill Would Usher in Empowerment for Women in India. (2006) 8...
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  • Sociology Notes
    despised. He is compelled to work. The slavery system has existed sporadically at many times and places but there are two major examples of slavery - societies of the ancient world based upon slavery (Greek and Roman) and southern states of USA in the 18th and 19th centuries. According to H.J Nieboer the...
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