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Introduction : Impact of Capitalism and Gender Inequality: Personal Experiences and Insights

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Q.1 The Portfolio is adapted from questions in your “Social Contextual Journal”. It is 1000-1200 words for 25% of your final marks for the course. 

Please do not use any parts of your life that might be upsetting or unpleasant for you to write about or tutors to read about. Only the tutors will read these, but we do not want your personal details — no real names, no externally identifiable information. We want to know that you understand how resources and social relationships form a system or context, and it is easiest to use your life rather than you write about another person. However, we do not want to know about your life; disguise and make up details if you are concerned about this. Therefore, you must practice your ethical considerations and the skill of anonymising data in this assignment.

Marking will include:

  • Correct application of course knowledge and concepts for observation and possibilities
  • Synthesizing the needed concepts together in a logical manner (as detailed in lectures and the textbook)
  • Going beyond just stated things about the objects, showing how the social relationships and resources observably go together as social behaviour. We call this contextualising social behaviour
  • Ten percent (10%) of marks are assigned to the form of the writing; readability, prose, grammar, and correct use of terminology if/when present. Correct sentence and paragraph structure is imperative for a good mark overall.

Please consult the information in the Contextual Journal when answering these questions — the information in that document provides further insight to the questions, practice, and cautions as to what to avoid.

Marking is done with the textbook on hand. So, check with your textbook that your answers use and agree with everything about the concepts and skills and how to apply them.

Q.2 What is one example of capitalism directly affecting a major direction in your life? (500-600 words)

Provide an analysis of an observable event that relates to one of the effects of capitalism stated below. Just choose one to use in your response.

You missed out on some fun and excitement because you did not have the money

OR

You are told that the activities you enjoy the most will not be ‘marketable’ so you must treat them as secondary and concentrate your life on learning ‘marketable’ skills

 Contextualize what you are doing in these social episodes. Stick to the tricks for observation and possibilities training. Be sure to address the three points below as you write about the effect of capitalism.

  • Describe the observable event(s) in which this effect of capitalism occurred in your life
  • Who was involved in bringing about this effect and the relationship to you and each other?
  • What resources were directly related to this effect?
    • Consider: What did you lose or what did you gain by going along with this effect or resisting/avoiding it?
  • What were the Resource-Social Relationship Pathways which allowed avoidance, or forced conformity to this effect?
    • Consider: Are these still present? What is the observable effect of their presence or absence?

Q.3 Do not just separately answer the questions above but bring it all together; show your knowledge and skill for analysing how they fit together in context

Answer

Capitalism is defined as a dictatorship in economical industry. It means a country’s economy, trade, industry, and profit are handled by private companies, instead of the laborers who are working for that company (DUSHIME and Hashemipour, 2020). Capitalism not only affects the economical industry, but it also affects human life. This capitalism has a very effective impact on human psychology. At very first capitalism depends on which status the human belongs whether they are workers or bosses (Cernea, 2021). For a company’s boss, capitalism may be a profitable field but for an employee, it is not.

It is very difficult to say what type of problem I have seen in my personal life because of capitalism. I am a middle-class family student, who does not have any kind of money to have fun or get a ride on excitement. For me, it is very difficult to match up with my friends to maintain their classes. On the other side, my father is working as a software developer in a company, but my friend’s father has a business. To match up their economic and financial status, will be very difficult for me. I and my friends are going to a party to celebrate one friend’s birthday. After arriving at the party there is a counter for tickets because the range of that ticket sad me at first. Then we get to the party but after completing it we are going to pay the bill after splitting the bill also the amount is very high for me. I did not want that someone else will pay my bills so I completely pay the bill and back home with zero money while taking a walk.

It is an event in which I feel that capitalism is a very impactful theory. Of this theory, I lost many friends of mine. From this situation, I gain some positive knowledge and also gain some negative knowledge. This situation will help me to know where I can go and where I cannot go, which means I have to pay attention to making friends, with whom I can have fun. This situation also taught me, capitalism divides society. This capitalism made two different sections one is ‘royal’ which is beyond everything and the other is poverty which is not able to access anything related to capitalism.

Capitalism is a system on which the whole country is based on. The country’s financial, industrial, trade, and profits everything depend on the economic system called Capitalism (Suzor, et al. 2019). So there is no chance to remove this system, moreover, if the industry became completely private then capitalism will increase but not decrease. Capitalism is one of the most powerful and impactful systems in the economic system. For this economical system, it is really hard to not create a status division in society. If this system is present in society it will create class division, but if it will absent in society then it will very helpful to get all facilities and also helpful for equality. Capitalism is also like a monopoly thing which is why capitalism never changes the class of the people in society.

Q .4 Give an example from your history when gender-based opportunity (or constraint) has impacted on a major direction in your life for good, for bad, or both. (500-600 words)

 Provide an analysis of an observable event related to this opportunity/constraint.

 Contextualize what people are doing in this social episode.

  • What was the observable event(s) and contextual details of this opportunity/constraint? (May be more than one event linked)
  • Who were the people involved and what were their social relationships to each other and you?
  • What resources, relationships, or pathways were at stake for you to resist or avoid this opportunity/constraint?
  • What resources, relationships, or pathways were at stake for you to take or conform to this opportunity/constraint?
  • How has the influence of this opportunity/constraint affected your contexts through time?
    • Consider: Is it still present? Are these the same people, resources, relationships, or pathways?
    • Consider: What contextual changes keep or stop this opportunity or constraint being present?

Q.5 Do not just separately answer the questions above but bring it all together; show your knowledge and skill for analysing how they fit together in context.

Answer

Gender equality is an ongoing struggle for men and women both. Throughout the world, there are many fights for gender equality. Many of us think that men are not faced with any type of gender inequality if we see the world men also face the gender inequality problem in their life (Cross et al. 2018). There are many examples of gender inequality like infant life expectancy, access to prenatal care, education, literacy, and economical independence. In life everyone faces problems, but if the topic is gender equality then it is very important to say that after a baby is born, the babies are started to struggle to live their lives (Crooks et al. 2019). After growing up they need to find a path to achieve their goal, there also they face many problems on that path, but after avoiding all that barriers they going to achieve the goal. So in this world, there are many parts to face, and gender equality is also a part.

In my history, a gender-based opportunity made a good and a bad impression on my life. Before saying anything else, I wanted to say that in this society nowadays gender inequality is decreasing day by day. As a student, I have many opportunities to play outside of the house, and get an education opportunity, in the age of 18 I have the opportunity to work outside of the house. Till that time I did not face any type of gender-based problem, but after that, I get a Job after giving an interview. In that interview, my interviewer asked me several questions, and I answered all correctly, but at the end of the interview, he said that I am not applicable for this job because of my gender. For my interviewer, if I am going to join the office then the office environment will badly change. In that case, I faced a gender-based problem.

For this reason, I did not get my job, and it was hamper my study also, from childhood I never faced any of these gender-based problems but at that time I faced that. Any type of gender-based problem is very difficult to handle but if a person has faith in themselves they would never take that bad impression on them. Those people who do not want to affect by this type of thing then they avoid this gender-based problem.

Once upon a time, gender-based problems made so impact on society. But day by day the gender-based problems are decreasing. Also, gender equality became the slogan everywhere. Now, this gender equality made a big society fight for equality. Now, in this period of time gender inequality is decreasing day by day. After many years I hope that there is no gender-based problem in the whole wide world. It is also important to do not to be a gender-biased person. This is the twentieth century, and after this century I am sure that there will be no fighting about this gender-based topic. There is no fighting for gender equality. 

References

Journals

 Cernea, M. V. (2021). Review of Margaret Schabas and Carl Wennerlind, A Philosopher's Economist: Hume and the Rise of Capitalism, Chicago IL, University of Chicago Press, 316 p., e-book. Journal of Philosophical Economics, 14. Retrieved from: https://jpe.episciences.org/8675/pdf

Crooks, C. V., Jaffe, P., Dunlop, C., Kerry, A., & Exner-Cortens, D. (2019). Preventing gender-based violence among adolescents and young adults: lessons from 25 years of program development and evaluation. Violence against women, 25(1), 29-55. Retrieved from: https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/pdf/10.1177/1077801218815778

Cross, A., Manell, T., & Megevand, M. (2018). Humanitarian cash transfer programming and gender-based violence outcomes: evidence and future research priorities. New York: Women's Refugee Commission and International Rescue Committee. Retrieved from: https://www.alnap.org/system/files/content/resource/files/main/genderandctpwrcirc.pdf

DUSHIME, C., & Hashemipour, S. (2020). The psychological effect of the COVID-19 pandemic in Turkey and the world at the context of political psychology. Avrasya Sosyal ve Ekonomi Ara?t?rmalar? Dergisi, 7(6), 75-86. Retrieved from: https://dergipark.org.tr/en/download/article-file/1168045

Suzor, N., Dragiewicz, M., Harris, B., Gillett, R., Burgess, J., & Van Geelen, T. (2019). Human rights by design: The responsibilities of social media platforms to address gender?based violence online. Policy & Internet, 11(1), 84-103. Retrieved from: https://eprints.qut.edu.au/121223/2/Human%20Rights%20Responsibilities%20of%20Platforms%20for%20Addressing%20Gender-based%20Violence%20Online%20-%20final%20pre-peer%20review.pdf

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