In our religious beliefs, the women are considered as a goddess.
But we fail to recognize her as a human being first; we worship goddesses but on the other hand, we exploit the girls.
We will adjust the time devoted to these two goals according to our experiences over the class.
Every week, students will initiate discussions on readings and papers.
Through these efforts we will aim both to enhance our understanding of what produces gender inequality and to improve our general ability to do causal social analyses effectively.
In this class, each week's work will be organized around an analytical task, as well as a set of readings.Both ordinary people and experts (such as scholars) commonly fluctuate between simplistic explanations that founder under close scrutiny and throwing up their hands in frustration over what can seem an enigma beyond human comprehension. We will explore diverse facets of gender inequality and varied ideas about what causes might be decisive.We will also look carefully at the ways we can identify and verify the causes of social phenomena.To educate a girl child is still seen as a wastage of money or bad investment because she is bound to get married and leave her paternal home one day.standard show that girls are always doing better than boys.The outpouring of research and commentary on gender inequality over the past half century has been extraordinary.Unfortunately, despite all this, our understanding of what causes gender inequality remains troubled.Rather than focusing on discussion of the readings, the analytical tasks involve attempting a causal analysis of some aspect of gender inequality related to the week's issue, building on the materials we read (in brief papers of a couple pages).The approach in this class seeks to develop analytical skills as well as understandings of the relevant literature by stressing doing actual analyses of gender inequality.This society is double-standards as far as our attitude towards women is concerned; our thoughts are different than our actions.Gender is a socio-cultural term referring socially defined roles and behaviours assigned to ‘males’ and ‘females’ in a society.