The impact of Facebook on Women Empowerment in Education Institution
AbstractThe role of media on women empowerment always questions by space provides. The stereotype thinking considers barrier for women empowerment in India. Despite policies, women confined to social obligations. Mainstream media gives less attention to this topic than others. The role play by Facebook in the field of women empowerment needs to be criticising. This paper interrogates women Facebook users to know the scenario of an educational institution. It asks what kind of aspects of women empowerment they seek on this platform. New media is one the dominant tool for helping and highlighting this issue. The main argument of this study is how the Facebook impact the women empowerment. This study collects data through survey method from women respondent. Woman users of a Central University selected, who are active on Facebook and deals with the women-oriented issue, which is about empowerment them. It also gives an outlook on national education setting for the overall development of women. Further, it provides the perspective of a new trend in India about women and society.
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