Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Women empowerment


Self-Help Groups: A Study on Their Roles and Impacts on Women Empowerment

Leelashree . M; Dr. PSV Balaji Rao

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 1538-1552

Economic empowerment is considered as a key step that can be taken towards attaining
the goal of equal involvement of women in community as well as household and also to
overcome the social stereotypes and challenges with the help of Self Help Groups (SHGs). In
order to withstandin a society, it is important that the course of social empowerment begins
together with a development of independence and self-assuranceamongst women. When proper
actions are taken to address all the prevailing social issues, women of the society will attain
better education, sense of ownership and belonging along with the leadership and more prospect
to have a better future. This study tries to scrutinizeon the impact of SHGs with regards towomen
empowerment on the first-hand information.This tries to identify initiatives taken by SHGsto
attain individual and communal empowerment in Mysore city. Individual empowerment is
examined through their level of awareness, leadership skills, communalization,
economicliberation, empathy from family, betterstandard of living, acknowledgement,
participation in the process of decision making. Collective empowerment is observed through
schemes provided, involvement in social and political aspects.

Women Suppression And Exploitation: A Psycho-Socioanalysis Of Shashi Deshpande’s The Dark Holds No Terrors And Bharati Mukherjee’s Desirable Daughters

Dr. G. Sankar; Dr. V. Saravanan

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 6, Pages 747-753

Shashi Deshpande and Bharati Mukherjee have been the champions of the concerns and struggles of women. Their works, very realistically depicts the various roles of women whose plays in course of their life as a wife, a mother, a sister, a daughter, a daughter-in-law and so on. Their works can’t be called directly feminist since their works are not against man; in fact, their novel portrays the dilemma of the new educated modern working women in the conventional Indian society. This present paper attempts to analyse the select novels of Shashi Deshpande and Bharati Mukherjee. The researcher has chosen the two important novels of their works,such as Shashi Deshpande’s The Dark Holds No Terrors and Bharati Mukherjee’s Desirable Daughters. The focus of the paper is presenting why women are no longer afraid of darkness and why women are really oppressed in the society. Women, for ages altogether, have been subjected to exploitation and suppression; their lives have been spent in the darkness and thus, they are not afraid of darkness instead they feel solace in the dark and even they feel alienated from others due to suppression by the patriarchy society. The study also attempts to highlight the fact that women are denied rights not only because of the circumstances but also because women themselves suppress other women and use men as instruments.

Poverty Alleviation For Improved Family Welfare Through Women‟s Entrepreneurship Empowerment Model

Lilis Karwati; Ishak Abdulhak; Ihat Hatimah; Oong Komar

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 5382-5391

This paper seeks to assess women’s entrepreneurship empowerment activities used to alleviate poverty as one way aimed at realizing better family wellbeing and welfare allover Indonesia. The research is based on the existing gap regarding poverty eradication through the various empowerment activities organised by both the government and community institutions, which according to the existing data reflects weaknesses found in most activities implemented and operated. Based on the weaknesses established as gaps found to exist in most of the women’s entrepreneurship empowerment activities, this study aims to examine, assess and make recommendations where necessary, regarding a women’s entrepreneurship empowerment model used for quality of life improvement of families in Indonesia, which in turn, if found appropriate, can be emulated and implemented in some developing countries. This research has been conducted using research and development methods, comprising of the study of literature, field observations, interviews both individuals and groups, documentation analysis, questionnaires and tests as data collection techniques. The results have revealed that the implementation of women’s entrepreneurship empowerment activities can help to empower rural women especially in Indonesia, hence leading to a positive change in the quality of life of most families at the grassroot. Thus, improved family welfare and wellbeing.

A Study On Women Empowerment Through Self- Help Group Members With Special Reference To Virudhunagar District In Tamil Nadu

Dr. A. Thilagaraj

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 4218-4229

Women's empowerment has been visible in recent years as a focal topic in determining their status. The objective of the analysis is intended to replicate the social impact of the self-help group of women to investigate the changes in the SHGs social clause, to assess the influence of the SHGs on the social status of individuals and to differentiate the attitude of individuals from the SHGs and their social impact. The inquiry is separate with the ultimate aim of making use of only critical data. The critical information was collected. via a field summary, the size of the exam is 300, for example, Interviewees. Stratified random testing was used by the specialist. The respondent’s survey and the information was collected from Virudhunagar, District, Tamil Nadu. The data obtained was analysed using discriminate analysis through SPSS. The study has focussed on the social advancement strategies and women's empowerment by SHGs in Tamil Nadu in general and primarily in the District of Virudhunagar.

Role of Social Media in creating awareness of Sexual Violence against Women: An Analysis with Special Reference to # MeToo Movement in India

Ms. Seema Shukla; Dr. Pavitar Parkash Singh; Dr. Sorabh Lakhanpal

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 6256-6264

With the developments in Information communication technologies, people have experienced big transformations in terms of communicating and sharing information in day-to-day daily and social life. Over the years, social media has proven to be a very powerful tool in spreading information, awareness and mobilizing campaigns on a variety of issues. This instrument allows any individual to share content and opinions to the people at global level immediately. Women social activists have been quick to acknowledge this importance, which is why in recent times social media has more specifically demonstrated its potential for drawing attention to women’s empowerment, rights issues and violence against women such as rape, molestation, sexual harassment etc. Today, technology directly impacts women’s life and their development. It has enabled their voice to reach out and be viewed nationally as well as globally. This paper works in same context. It will examine the significance and role of social media in growing of ‘Me Too Movement’ in India. The study illustrates that how social media is helping the women to connect with ‘Me Too Movement’? The paper also analyses the thinking and responses of male society towards Me Too Movement’ and how much conscious the males are about their behavior towards female colleagues.