SOC401 Cultural Anthropology GDB Solution & Discussion Fall 2016
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Millions of girls and young women across the world still face huge barriers to education. What are these barriers and what inspirational initiatives are working to help overcome them? How can their success be replicated to ensure that young people everywhere have the human right to education and we empower girls to the benefit of everyone?
Mainly the clearly distinguished traditional masculine and feminine subjects reveal the existing gender inequality at schools and very often a gender determines the pupils’ academic performance. As a rule, boys perform better than girls in mathematics, physics, informatics and engineering while girls are better in literature, languages, history and art. Later, this fact serves as the base for selecting the further course of education: the boys continue their studies mostly in natural and technical sciences, and the girls choose to study humanitarian, pedagogical and art fields. As for the social sciences, the tendency of equalized data is noticeable. The pattern of educational system of above mentioned type serves as a base for the further gender distribution of labor. The men well qualified in economics, engineering and informational technologies get employed at well-paid and high status jobs while the women with humanitarian education occupy only the low income and no prestigious vacancies existing in spheres of service and education. In my pint view in many schools and colleges make difference between boys and girls for example in my sisters university a teacher does not like female students that’s why he every time targeting females. So we cannot say that Pakistani education system is only specific spectrum who face this all over the world every country have same circumstances.
How do you see the significant contributions of cultural anthropologists in the context of cultural dimensions of globalization?
Anthropological scholarship on globalization is vast and varied. Ethnographies of labor, work, and capital have examined inequality and opportunity within free-trade zones and under new conditions of migration, focusing on issues of gender, generation, and class. A significant body of work has explored the experiences of migrants, particularly on identity formation and nationalism within various diaspora and transnational communities. Another important area of research has explored the impact of new consumer and commodity regimes, and significant attention has been paid to the effects and experiences of new media and other technologies on various axes of identity formation, including gender, youth, class, and nation. Increasing attention is also being paid to the effects of globalization on social movements, politics, and community organizing. Finally, significant work has examined the role of the state and transformations in nation-state formation in the context of globalization.