• Women and Forest use
    Puhazhendhi & K.L.S. Satyasai (National Bank News Review. April –June 2002) For the study the data were collected with the help of a structured questionnaire .The sample for the study was 223 SHGs functioning in 11 states representing 4 different regions across the country. For assessing the impact...
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  • women role in agriculture
    Reporting the findings ……………………………………………… 11 Ch 06 Conclusions …………………………………………………… 11 Ch 07 Bibliography and Questionnaire …………………………………. 12, 13 01 Introduction Pakistan is an agricultural country. 70 percent of the population of the country...
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  • Working Women in Family and Its Positive & Negative Sides
    Primary Data Collection: We planned to do both qualitative and quantitative research. To conduct the quantitative research we made a structured questionnaire. We divided the total population into three major groups: Higher Class, Middle Class & Lower Class. Here we made two questioners, one for both higher...
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  • Women
    – Rape, Kidnapping and abduction, Dowry Deaths, Torture-both mental and physical, Molestation, Sexual Harassment etc. 2) Gender Specific Laws – Pre-conception & Prenatal Diagnostic Techniques Act, 1994, Medical Termination of Pregnancy Act, 1971, Dowry Prohibition Act, 1961, Protection...
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  • live syck
    become active in village affairs, stand for local election or take action to address social or community issues (the abuse of women, alcohol, the dowry system, schools, and water supply). Studies done by Ram Kumar (2007) have shown the positive potential of WSHG into Knowledge Dissemination Centre...
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  • God Is Dead?
    attention and pastoral care include: mixed of inter-religious marriages; the single-parent family; polygamy; marriages with the consequent problem of a dowry, sometimes understood as the purchase price of the woman; the caste system; a culture of non-commitment and a presumption that the marriage bond can...
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  • Female Foeticide
    of women exists in various forms in societies the world over. However, Indian society displays some unique and particularly brutal versions, such as dowry deaths and sati. Female foeticide is an extreme manifestation of violence against women. Female foetuses are selectively aborted after pre-natal sex...
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  • Khki
    Suggested projects  Sports  writing,  Poetry  about  women/  men,  Poetry  in  translation,  Telling  a  story,  Fantasy writing, Chat shows, The menace of dowry, A success story  Advanced English A.2 (100 marks)  Prescribed texts  Fluency in English Part I – Units 11‐18        30 marks, 30 lectures  25 marks...
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  • Sociology
    Investigation is possible: Sociology conducts many experiments indirectly and employs scientific methods such as scales of socio meter, schedules, questionnaire, interview and Case History etc. In these methods quantitative measures are used to measure social phenomenon. Sociologists use statistical methods...
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  • A Revised Essay About Courtship
    court or meet her family. He brought some pasalubong (gifts) from America which he will give to each family member. Other culture may call this as dowry but in the Filipino culture it is just plain gift-giving. No suitor should go to a girl's home without bearing gifts at least during the first visit...
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  • Education and Women’s Empowerment in Bangladesh
    aged 10-49, from the selected households were eligible respondents for this survey. This resulted in a total of 11440 women completed the female questionnaire. Further details are available in Mitra et al (2005). Among the 11440 women were interviewed in the BDHS,2004, 2282 women reported working for cash...
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  • Crime Against Women
    They are harassed, tortured and ill-treated. The lure of making easy money has led to outrageous demands for dowry. Brides are harassed and burnt alive if they do not bring sufficient dowry. Many girls commit suicide to save their parents from humiliation. Some choose to remain unmarried. Some become...
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  • Free Essay on How Will Science and Technology Change Our Lives in the Future and What Should India Do to Stay Ahea
    ______________ 64 Annexure 3: Tables generated from the survey of fishermen ______________________ 85 Annexure 4: Questionnaire -Women fish vendors _______________________________ 97 Annexure 5: Questionnaire -Fishermen_______________________________________ 105 Sakhi /TSSS 5 Status Study of Women Fish...
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  • Student
    poor families get married at any early age others are forcefully or easily married off by their parents for financial benefits through payments of dowry. others have extraneous – life circumstances say having medical problems boys may take petty jobs to help the family, girls engage in prostitution...
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  • Business
    and family members for their financial and moral support all the way. REFERENCES AND APPENDICES Bibliography………………………………………………………………………………. Questionnaire…………………………………………………………………………….. LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS ...
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  • Women: a Silent Power Force
    member. The data which was both qualitative and quantitative was obtained by means of a structured questionnaire in which all questions were closed-ended. (Find attached in the appendix the actual questionnaire used). The sample size was decided as 180 because we felt that a sample set smaller than this...
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  • Credit Policy Grameen Bank with Reference Rajshahi District Parila and Poba Branch
    possible to maintain it properly.   Experience: lack of pre experience because this program is for the first time to me/us.   Questionnaire preparation: questionnaire preparation in the context of selected topic not possible precisely caused by lack of proper knowledge about the topic.   Lack...
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  • Marketing-Practices-in-Rural-India
    Indian Rural Market: 2 Recent shift in attention from urban to rural market: 2 Special Features of rural markets: 3 Methodology 5 Questionnaire 6 Responses 7 Respondent 1 7 Respondent 2 8 Respondent 3 10 Learnings from the Project 13 Awareness 13 Acceptability...
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  • Project
    Case……………………………………………………… 50 12. Conclusions………………………………………………………………………… 51 13. Recommendations…………………………………………………………………. 52 Annexes: A. Questionnaire B. Tribal Map of Southern Sudan C. Comparison of Customary Laws, Offences and Punishments D. African [Banjul] Charter on Human and Peoples' Rights...
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  • Political
    different Stages of Research. Survey Research : The Art and science of Survey, general components of Survey research, types of survey, design of questionnaires, face -to-face interviews and telephone survey, deciding if a survey is appropriate for your topic. Field Research and Observational Studies:...
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