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Title: Patriarchal Beliefs, Women’s Empowerment, and General Well-being
Authors: Preeti S Rawat
Issue/Year: Apr-2014
Section: Research
Abstract: This paper tries to highlight the point that the depowerment of women is linked to the belief and practice of patriarchy which subjugates women at various levels like political, economic, social, and cultural. Overcoming the belief and practice of patriarchy is termed as eve empowerment in this paper. The paper also distinguishes between eve empowerment and psychological empowerment. Both these variables are linked to the experience of general well-being. The results indicate that by countering patriarchy, women experience greater eve empowerment and psychological empowerment.
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