militancy and armed conflict. They are facing number of challenges related to health, economy,
education, politics, and more importantly they are traumatised due to prolonged depression of conflict in which number of women become widows. In this study researcher tried to access the freedom of movement within and outside their homes, freedom of acquiring education before and after their marriages and challenges faced by women were also identified with the help of primary and secondary data. Researcher found that women had high level of freedom for their education before marriage and they had high level of freedom for their movement both within and outside their villages.
"> militancy and armed conflict. They are facing number of challenges related to health, economy,
education, politics, and more importantly they are traumatised due to prolonged depression of conflict in which number of women become widows. In this study researcher tried to access the freedom of movement within and outside their homes, freedom of acquiring education before and after their marriages and challenges faced by women were also identified with the help of primary and secondary data. Researcher found that women had high level of freedom for their education before marriage and they had high level of freedom for their movement both within and outside their villages.
"> militancy and armed conflict. They are facing number of challenges related to health, economy,
education, politics, and more importantly they are traumatised due to prolonged depression of conflict in which number of women become widows. In this study researcher tried to access the freedom of movement within and outside their homes, freedom of acquiring education before and after their marriages and challenges faced by women were also identified with the help of primary and secondary data. Researcher found that women had high level of freedom for their education before marriage and they had high level of freedom for their movement both within and outside their villages.
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Women Empowerment and Its Challenges in Jammu and Kashmir

Mohd Muzaffar Banday1

Ph.D Research Scholar, Department of Sociology, Annamilia University, Tamil Nadu, India Google Scholar More about the auther

, Dr. P. Ganesan

Assistant Professor, Dept. of Sociology, Annamilia University, Tamil Nadu, India Google Scholar More about the auther

DIP: 18.01.048/20160304

DOI: 10.25215/0304.048

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In Jammu and Kashmir Woman are the most vulnerable section due to violence caused by militancy and armed conflict. They are facing number of challenges related to health, economy,
education, politics, and more importantly they are traumatised due to prolonged depression of conflict in which number of women become widows. In this study researcher tried to access the freedom of movement within and outside their homes, freedom of acquiring education before and after their marriages and challenges faced by women were also identified with the help of primary and secondary data. Researcher found that women had high level of freedom for their education before marriage and they had high level of freedom for their movement both within and outside their villages.
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ISSN 2349-3429

18.01.048/20160304

10.25215/0304.048

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Published in   Volume 03, Issue 4, July-September, 2016