Questionnaire On Dowry Essays and Term Papers

  • Dowry a symbol of injustice

    DOWRY A SYMBOL OF INJUSTICE Mina Fakher Student of Bs-Psychology Department of Social Sciences and Humanities Email: 13002141012@umt.edu.pk University of Management and Technology, Lahore Abstract: Dowry is a distressing symbol in every segment...

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  • Dowry

    below: I came to know of a girl whose father had to sale his kidneys just to bear the expenses of dowry. It looked as though dowry was more important to them then the girl because the things they got in dowry were not according to their demand so they kept torturing the girl and at last she committed suicide...

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  • womens development in handloom industries

     CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND "Dowry" refers to money, goods or property that a woman brings into the marriage - it is paid by the woman's family to the man's family. Dowry is practiced mainly in South Asian countries, such as India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Nepal, Sri Lanka...

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  • Misuse of Anti Dowry Law

    Misuse of anty dowry laws in India- the other side of the coin. Synopsis: I] Introduction II] Justification of study. III] Scope of study. IV] Methodology adopted. V] Chapterisation. a)Meaning of dowry & its historical background...

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  • Preferences of Marriage in Karachi Paki

    living in different areas of Karachi. The study population is mainly student. Before data collection, specific data collection tool i.e. structured questionnaire were developed for acquiring information. the lists of variable studied were geographical factors (location), personal characteristic like age of...

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  • Female Foeticide

    (according to provisional census of 2001) Majority of the sample taken for study approved of the heinous act of female foeticide. Escalating demands of dowry was cited as the main reason for it. Daughters were unable to provide social security to parents and called for unnecessary investment on themselves...

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  • Comprehensive Village Development Program (Cvdp): a Mechanism for Enhancing Women Empowerment

    enrollment rate of female compared to male, involvement of women in NGOs, participation of women in income generating activities, annual income of women and dowry system in the society that indicates the socio-economic status of women. The study also considers involvement of women in decision making process at...

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  • literature review compilations

    Rao, V. (1993). The rising price of husbands: A hedonic analysis of dowry increases in rural India. Journal of Political Economy, 666-677. Motivation and objective : Attempts to investigate the reasons behind the increase in dowry . Methods : It adapts Rosen's implicit market model to the Indian marriage...

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  • The Adverse Effects of Extravagant Weddings in Lahore

    and Parks), for being the Government authority for our research and taking the time out to answer our questions. The people who filled out our questionnaires and helped us in furthering our research. Ms. Sameea Amjad, our academic writing instructor, for helping us at each and every step of our research...

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  • Vilonce Against Women

    rural and urban area. Research design Source of information: Primary source: Primary information is collected by questionnaires. Secondary source: Secondary information is collected from Web Sites, Journal, Newspapers and others. Limitation of...

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  • Study on Wedding

    17 - 18 APPENDICES Appendix A : Questionnaire Abstract As mentioned earlier, the purpose of this study is to determine whether it is necessary for someone to spend a great amount of money to organize one wedding. A set of questionnaire was design to gain primary data from the respondents...

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  • shovan

    froms and functions. Caste: Attributes, functions, changes, sanskritization Under-privileged groups: SC, ST & OBC: Problems and Policies Women: Dowry, Divorce Child Labour Population: Fertility, Mortality, Migration, Population policy of the Government of India Change: Industrialization, Urbanisation...

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  • Women Movement in India

    social issues. The Bharat Mahila Parishad was the women’s wing of this and was inaugurated in 1905. It focused on child marriage, condition of widows, dowry and other “evil” customs.The Parsis, the Muslims and the Sikhs all formed their own women’s organizations.Women in Calcutta, Bombay, Madras and other...

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  • Grad Student

    capital of female children relative to male children. Social norms such as dowry and marriage expenses can lead to inefficiently low level of human capital investment and high level of child labor. Son-preference interacting with dowry and marriage expenses can aggravate gender differential in the human capital...

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  • Domestic Abuse / Violance Against South Asian Women in Uk

    other researches in this area 8. Conclusions 9. Recommendations 10. Acknowledgements 11. Bibliography 12. APPENDIX: The Questionnaire 1. Introduction Violence against women manifestation of historically unequal power relation between men and...

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  • Re-Personalization the Modern World

    over the years are testaments to the culture surrounding them. In European culture of the 1300’s, courting was a large part of “dating” in that time. Dowries were given by fathers of the woman’s family to the husband; gifts were exchanged to signify willingness to pursue a marriage. In America during the...

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  • Arrange Marriges

    effecting our society. What's more, we used a questionnaire as a tool, which includes 10 questions about our issue, from different perspectives and point views, in order to achieve the people's opinion about arranged marriages. Then we distributed the questionnaire to ADU's female students, and samples of...

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  • Erp Softwarw

    thinking that we were income tax personnel. The respondents were sometimes hesitated to provide information on their child marriage and the amount of dowry, their health etc. A Close looks on BARD: BANGLADESH ACADEMY for RURAL DEVELOPMENT (BARD) was established in 1959. It is an autonomous institution...

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  • Studies of Women in Ncr Region to Know How Education Has Improved Their Social & Economical Status

    followed to study the behavior, attitude and functions of women. 2. A questionnaire was prepared to get information about social and economic conditions regarding equality, inequality in economic and social conditions. 3. A questionnaire of attitude towards women empowerment was developed. 4. Interview...

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  • User Perception of E-Matrimony Services

    of term project of Research Methodology course, we are carrying out a survey on “User perception of e-Matrimony services”. Please fill-up this questionnaire. We assure that your response will remain confidential. - Amit Varshney, Girish Nagpal, T M Devi, Vishal Mathur, V K Kanungo [NMPXX, MDI Gurgaon]...

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