POLITICAL, ECONOMIC AND RELIGIOUS EMPOWERMENT OF MIZO WOMEN: AN ATTITUDINAL STUDY AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS OF AIZAWL CITY
Trisha F. Lalrinhlui, Dr. Donna Lalnunfeli, Vanlalhluzuala Sailo
M.Ed Student, Institute of Advanced Studies in Education
This study was conducted to examine the attitude of secondary school teachers of Aizawl city towards women empowerment in various dimensions i.e., political, economic and religious dimensions. The findings of the study revealed that 97.33% of female teachers and 72% of male teachers have a positive attitude towards women empowerment. The findings also revealed that 92% of the female teachers and 69.33% of male teachers have a positive attitude towards political dimension. 96% of the female teachers and 74.67% of the male teachers have a positive attitude towards economic empowerment while 62.67% of female teachers and 41.33% of male teachers have a positive attitude towards religious empowerment. The findings also revealed that there is a significant difference between attitude of male and female teachers towards women empowerment.
Keywords: women empowerment, political, economic, religious, Mizo women, Aizawl city
Journal Name :
EPRA International Journal of Research & Development (IJRD)
Published on : 2023-03-22