Feminism as a viable worldview has grown in the last thirty years. “Dietz (2000), quoting Bunch (1980), described feminism as” transformative legislative issues aimed at dismantling all lasting control chains of command under which another class of people governs or regulates one class of people “(372).” The individual is political in the activist and empowerment customs of women, and individual reform and social progress are seen as contingent.
The structures themselves is still intended by and operate by and for men as women are increasingly being integrated into world contexts. In this sense, women who take an interest in the structure would do so from the male perspective, regardless of whether it is now and then conflicting with their individual expectations for how to cope with situation management.
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