Gender Discrimination: Gender Stereotype

Gender Discrimination: Gender Stereotype

Project of Economic Development

Umer Farooq FA08-BBA-109
Hira Najam FA09-BBA-142
Muhammad Waqas FA09-BBA-100
Saad Badar FA09-BBA-118 Syed Zeeshan Ahmad FA09-BBA-139
Gender Discrimination
Submitted to: Madam Hina Amir

Table of Contents
Introduction 2
Discrimination 2
Gender Discrimination 3
Causes of Gender Discrimination 6
Religion 6
Family law 6
Workplace Discrimination 6
Education 6
Physical factors 6
Fact 6
Categories of Gender Discrimination 7
Gender Discrimination in Developing Countries 7
Dowry 7
Neglect 8
Infanticide and Sex-Selective Abortion 9
Abuse 9
Labor 10
Gender Discrimination in Pakistan 11
Education 13
Regional Differences 13
Workforce 14
Government 14
Gender Discrimination and Economic Development 15
Output per capita and Gender Discrimination Model vs. Data 17
Abstract 18
Methodology 18
Activity 18
Conclusion 19
Bibliography 19

Nature has always maintained a balance in the objects of this world in order garnish it with a beauty, and so it produced a balancing factor for each and every object. These balancing factors vary in the proportion of the support they provide to their counterpart.Type equation here.
In the same context men & women are considered as the supporting counterpart for each other, but the major conflict in this systematic support is the term ‘gender discrimination’. First we look at the definition of discrimination and then switch to Gender Discrimination.
In sociology, discrimination is the prejudicial treatment of an individual based solely on their membership in a certain group or category. Discrimination is the actual behavior towards members of another group. It involves excluding or restricting members of one group from opportunities that are available to other groups.
The United Nations explains: "Discriminatory...

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