VICTIM BLAMING, MISOGYNY, AND HOSTILE SEXISM: FEMINIST STUDY OF UNDER THE RED FLAG BY HA JIN

Authors

  • Asad Ullah Javed
  • Ramiza Safdar
  • Ayesha Khan
  • Muhammad Asif
  • Ejaz Hussain

Abstract

The present study a - to explore the factors like victim victim-blaming, hostile sexism, and exploitation of women worldwide, and with no exception, they are working women, traditional housewives, or something else. Women are victims of multiple forms of violence, and the behavior of the men towards women in economic, political, and societal ways is based on injustice and inequality. Various forms of exploitation against women take place around the planet: abuse, oppression, domestic violence, and misogynist attitude towards them as discourse also show them inferior to men, and they are not given equal rights in all spheres of life. The world is silenced about the multiple issues faced by women and speaking about less concerned women's issues. There are numerous various interventions when we talk about the equality of women. On the other, relevant and suitable resistance is required, which may lead to the equality of rights in all terms, and women may be able to stand straight with men in all walks of society. The true color of society is women, and they must be awarded equal rights and opportunities, and we have to stop the old norms and practices which are the cause of exploitation regarding women's rights. The study further implies the concept of prejudiced perceptions, oppression, misogynist behavior of society towards women in economic, political, and social terms, and other interlinked concepts theorized by Bell Hooks and Simone de Beauvoir for having a textual analysis of the stories.

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Published

2021-11-03

How to Cite

Asad Ullah Javed, Ramiza Safdar, Ayesha Khan, Muhammad Asif, & Ejaz Hussain. (2021). VICTIM BLAMING, MISOGYNY, AND HOSTILE SEXISM: FEMINIST STUDY OF UNDER THE RED FLAG BY HA JIN. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 18(17), 668-677. Retrieved from https://www.archives.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/10352

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