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Social Status of Rural and Urban Working Women in Pakistan

von Prof. Dr. Amber Ferdoos

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2 Women in Pakistan-Social and Gender Order

Pakistani society is a male dominated society where women are the centre of attention and life but this society also considers women as no more than secondary citizens which is perhaps due to the traditional norms prevailing in the whole society. The role and status of Pakistani women in all walks of life has been highly undermined. However, over the years this scenario has changed and the awareness of woman’s abilities, her rights and her status has reached almost all parts of Pakistan which is an underdeveloped third world country.3


3 Pakistan was created (14th August 1947) on the basis of the Two-Nation theory, which emphasizes Islamic teachings and values, giving the best and the most balanced code of life but pseudo-fundamentalists converted the teachings of Islam to read in the best interests of men and highly unjust towards women. Despite this the woman of Pakistan has come a long way in proving herself from home to economic spheres.

[...] Where on one side it places women as the center of attention and life, it then on the other considers them no more than secondary citizens.

For years the role that a woman played as a citizen, a member of the family, or a homemaker has been highly undermined and today it has turned into a tradition to degrade a womans ability. However, over the years this scenario has changed, and the awareness of her abilities, her rights and her status has reached almost all parts of Pakistan, which is an underdeveloped third world country. Pakistan was formed on the basis of the Two-Nation theory, which emphasised Islamic teachings and values, and is therefore called the Islamic Republic of Pakistan.

Islam gives the best and the most balanced code of life, but pseudo-fundamentalists converted the teachings of Islam to read in the best interests of men and highly unjust towards women. Despite this the woman of Pakistan has come a long way in proving herself.

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The majority of Pakistani women belong to the rural areas who work in the fields and in the industrial centres. It is a poor and virtually illiterate majority, which leads a life of physical hardship involving long hours at tedious chores for which there is neither compensation nor recognition. Most of these women bear the double burden of housework and outside work. Not only do these women have longer days than the rest of the family, but also being the last to eat, they eat less well and suffer from anaemia and malnutrition. (Mumtaz / Shaheed: 1987)

Shaheed, F. / Mumtaz, K., 1987: Women in Pakistan. Two steps forward, one step back? London/ New Jersey: Zeb Books Ltd.

The majority of Pakistani womanhood belongs to the silent and unmentioned peasantry in the rural areas and the working class in the industrial centres. It is a poor and virtually illiterate majority which leads a life of physical hardship involving long hours at tedious chores, for which there is neither compensation nor recognition. Most of these women bear the double burden of housework and outside work. [...] Not only do women have longer days than the rest of the family, but being the last to eat, they eat less well and suffer from anaemia and malnutrition.
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