THE FEMINISM AND ACTIVISTS’ PLETHORA IN CONTEMPORARY ERA: AN ANALYSIS IN PAKISTAN’S CONTEXT

Authors

  • Unzur Kaifa M.Phil. Scholar, Department of Political Science, GC Women University Sialkot, Pakistan
  • Zahid Yaseen Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, GC Women University Sialkot, Pakistan
  • Muhammad Muzaffar Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, GC Women University Sialkot, Pakistan

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https://doi.org/10.53664/JSSD/03-02-2024-04-40-52

Abstract

This study examined the impacts of feminism on challenging and combating anti-woman ideologies and practices in contemporary society. Objective of this study is to explore implications of the anti-feminist shift within modern feminist trends. The women were restricted to their domiciles throughout Western civilization; neither were they allowed to possess property, pursue education, or engage in public life in medieval Europe. Women were denied the ability to vote, to pursue higher education, and to enter the workforce. The development of this study involved a quantitative base and survey was constructed for population aged 15 and above. Sample of 384 respondents using Cochran formula was obtained, specifically graduate & postgraduate students & faculty members. To produce feminist attitude, measure Likert-type scale was designed. The results were contained with reliability of .784. This study indorses evaluating interdisciplinary ideology of anti-feminism. Recognize its shifting nature while in view of regional and national specifics and global trends. The threat that anti-feminist speech and practices pose to the women’s rights worldwide should be recognized by governments and authorities.

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Published

21-05-2024

How to Cite

Unzur Kaifa, Zahid Yaseen, & Muhammad Muzaffar. (2024). THE FEMINISM AND ACTIVISTS’ PLETHORA IN CONTEMPORARY ERA: AN ANALYSIS IN PAKISTAN’S CONTEXT. JOURNAL OF SOCIAL SCIENCES DEVELOPMENT, 3(2), 40–52. https://doi.org/10.53664/JSSD/03-02-2024-04-40-52

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