GENDER EQUALITY

According to the sustainable development goal 5 ; Gender equality is not only a fundamental human right but a necessary foundation for a peaceful, prosperous and sustainable world. Unfortunately, at the current time, 1 in 5 women and girls between the ages of 15- 49 have reported experiencing physical or sexual violence by an intimate partner within a 12-month period and 49 countries currently have no laws protecting women from domestic violence. Progress is occurring regarding harmful practices such as child marriage and FGM (Female Genital Mutilation), which has declined by 30% in the past decade, but there is still much work to be done to complete eliminate such practices.

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The Image of The Woman Redefined in Didem Madak’s Poems A mother, child, woman as a sorcerer

Women, literature is one of the most processed images. Besides, the authors and poets mostly male writer poets to transfer the female image from their eyes only caused. This is a perception of the image of a single woman has caused birth. The woman described with the eyes of the male is put in many different molds and what most of these patterns are very superficial in women’s place within the boundaries of the world of literature. This superficial perspective is a necessary condition. This situation, which is as old as the history of literature, is now in the life of qualified women writers-poets it is improved by taking place. She started telling another woman. This project is competent Didem Madak’s poems to illuminate the situation. This project focuses on the question of definition and representation of women in the world of literature. It focused. Representation of women in our literature is an important issue. But the mistakes are missing The majority. Didem Madak’s handling of the female image it will benefit the correction. Also, the poet’s strings are more realistic and it can offer a simple expression that an eye can offer. In this project, the image of women in the light of light was tried to be illuminated and examined.

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DON’T STAY SILENT! INVESTIGATION OF THE IMPACT OF PATRIARCHAL SOCIETY ON WOMEN’S SOCIAL LIVES

SUMMARY OF THE PROJECT

Patriarchal social structure based on male dominance causes some problems such as gender inequality in social life, subordinating or silencing women and objectifying them. In this project, it is aimed to examine the effects of patriarchal social structure’s on women’s social lives and to comport the social gender inequality with the elements of women’s lives by considering the effects of patriarchal social structure’s and conditions’ place and importance in societies. In other words, traditional values of patriarchal social structure is seem to be related with the double exploitation on women by considerately continuing it presence in modern social structure, either. In order to collect the data, we interviewed 20 volunteer people (10 of them were women) who are over 18 years old from Büyükçekmece samples. Results which were acquired were analyzed via using frequency analysis method. The result of the data showed that majority of the participants advocated gender equality and the ones who did not show such factors as gender and marital status as their reasons. In order to obtain more findings, researchers who want to carry out similar studies can use different data collection methods such as detailed interview and questionnaires.

 

Key Words: social gender, woman, patriarchy, gender inequality.

 

 

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