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...uld have the expectation placed upon them that they actively participate in the traditional motherly and paternal duties of home care and the provision of monetary funds for the family. That might help to break the cycle of poor women falling into stereotypical gender roles.
However, until the ultimate destruction of gender norms occurs, it is probably best to settle for the incremental improvement of a woman’s place in society and the overall economic improvement that comes along with it. In conclusion, feminism has a huge role that it can play in advocating for the liberalization of women, especially those who find themselves near the bottom rung on the socioeconomic ladder. Feminism has helped to raise women from their economic status before and it surely has the power to do so now, so long as its message continues to dismantle barriers for women across the globe.
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