THE CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK OF STUDY TO ANALYZE THE STATUS OF WOMEN IN PAKISTANI FAMILY SYSTEM

Authors

  • Salma Nawaz, Mouna Koser, Malik Shahzad Shabbir

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.52337/pjer.v4i4.362

Abstract

In prior times, women were oppressed and abused by way of every attainable method in societies. They endured lots of critique, needed opportunity and stood no place close to men. They were denied of the essential inheritances of an individual. It required lots of exertion and boldness for them to stamp an impression of "the potential and capability of women" and make a critical spot in the community. The objective of this research paper was to analyze the status of women in Pakistan in other word status provided to women in Pakistani family structure and also to analyze its status in Islamic. For the results secondary data was collected from books, research papers, journals and different reports. It was found that women facing violence at various stages in their life in Pakistan. This adversely influences the character/traits of women, harms mental and actual wellbeing and obliterates creativity and efficiency of their endeavors. Low proficiency pace of women, absence of clinical facilities in various areas and no kind of revenue for family women is in problem with women. Here regarding women status, the teaching of Islamic is neglected. It was concluded that, With regards to Pakistan, the indispensable issue is that our religion Islamic has not had the option to cancel the exceptionally old un-Islamic and furthermore cruel social indecencies that are being exercised in the land. Hence, ancestral, family, tribal imagery has gotten more prevailing and helpful than the confidence of Islamic. So it was recommended that the government should maintain the status of women according to teaching of Islamic.

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Published

2021-12-31

How to Cite

Salma Nawaz, Mouna Koser, Malik Shahzad Shabbir. (2021). THE CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK OF STUDY TO ANALYZE THE STATUS OF WOMEN IN PAKISTANI FAMILY SYSTEM. Pakistan Journal of Educational Research, 4(4). https://doi.org/10.52337/pjer.v4i4.362