HELP!! Sociology please! What are some social factors on feminization of poverty?
- Barney GoogleLv 71 year agoFavourite answer
militaristic pressure, institutionalized progress, pressure and compassion.
- Anonymous1 year ago
It’s a stupid question.
How can you look at “some social factors” when you haven’t first looked at, or eliminated categorically female factors?
And “feminization” meaning what? It wasn’t feminine to start with, but it was made feminine?
Meaning what? All wealth or poverty was at first equally distributed in some unspecified fantasy word, and then someone or some people came along, and by some kind of action, distributed it unequally so as to transfer the poverty unequally to females, thus making them the object of this unequal action?
It’s just a garbled nonsense of unexamined assumptions which all you have got to do is state, to see it’s false in fact, in history, in reality, in logic.
It’s just balderdash.
The reason you’re saying “HELP!!” is because you can’t understand it, and the reason you can’t understand it, is because it’s just illogical political propaganda, that is all.