The Feministic Vision for Reconstruction of Social Equality
In the history of human race, the role of woman has been wider and her contribution very significant. The Anthropological evidences show that the work of the early woman was tedious. It was only woman‟s food gathering but not man‟s hunting that sustained the humanity. All the tribal societies were centred around and organized through the mothers. But over a period of time the physical strength of males gained importance with the cultivation of land and planned husbandry, and women have been defined as economically dependent, as homemakers and consumers, but not as producers. The failure of societies to acknowledge women‟s contributions has not only undermined women‟s status, but denied their necessary resources. The present paper will discuss the position of woman, origin of feminism, and the feministic vision for reconstruction of social equality.
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