A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF SOCIETAL AND GOVERNMENTAL BEHAVIOR TOWARDS WOMEN EMPOWERMENT IN BALOCHISTAN
Keywords:Governmental Behavior, Societal Behavior, Women Empowerment.
It is a universal reality that the role of women is obligatory for
the development of any society. Unfortunately, in Baluchistan
women are fronting varied problems that create interruptions in
their way of progress. The main goal behind this study is to
analyze the societal as well as governmental behavior towards
women empowerment. The method of present study is
descriptive. The conclusion of this study was drawn from the
responses of 100 respondents. It concluded that because of
governmental policies and some societal customs and attitudes,
women are facing serious problems in society, as the result
women are confronting complications in professional and
domestic life. On the basis of findings of this study the following
recommendations are given (a) Implementation of laws ought to
be rigorously monitored. (b) Patriarchal behavior ought to be
review about women empowerment and equality in all circles of
life. (c) Education ought to be used as a tool for empowering
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