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  2. Empowerment - Wikipedia

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    Empowerment is a key concept in the discourse on promoting civic engagement. Empowerment as a concept, which is characterized by a move away from a deficit-oriented towards a more strength-oriented perception, can increasingly be found in management concepts, as well as in the areas of continuing education and self-help. [citation needed

  3. Women's empowerment - Wikipedia

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    Women's empowerment (or female empowerment) is the process of empowering women. It may be defined in several ways, including accepting women's viewpoints or making an effort to seek them, raising the status of women through education, awareness, literacy, and training.

  4. Disability studies - Wikipedia

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    Disability studies is an academic discipline that examines the meaning, nature, and consequences of disability.Initially, the field focused on the division between "impairment" and "disability", where impairment was an impairment of an individual's mind or body, while disability was considered a social construct.

  5. Democratic education - Wikipedia

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    While types of democratic education are as numerous as types of democracy, a general definition of democratic education is "an education that democratizes learning itself." [44] The goals of democratic education vary according to the participants, the location, and access to resources.

  6. Feminization of poverty - Wikipedia

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    One of the major factors influencing women to greater poverty are the limited opportunities, capabilities, and empowerment in terms of access to and control over production resources of land, labor, human capital assets including education and health, and social capital assets such as participation at various levels, legal rights, and protection.

  7. Feminism - Wikipedia

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    Feminist theory is the extension of feminism into theoretical or philosophical fields. It encompasses work in a variety of disciplines, including anthropology , sociology , economics , women's studies , literary criticism , [99] [100] art history , [101] psychoanalysis , [102] and philosophy .

  8. Motivation - Wikipedia

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    At higher levels of the hierarchy, praise, respect, recognition, empowerment and a sense of belonging are far more powerful motivators than money, as both Abraham Maslow's theory of motivation and Douglas McGregor's theory X and theory Y (originating in the 1950s and pertaining to the theory of leadership) suggest.

  9. Human development (economics) - Wikipedia

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    The theory grew in importance in the 1980s with the work of Amartya Sen and his Human Capabilities perspective, which played a role in his receiving the 1998 Nobel Prize in Economics. Notable early active economists who formulated the modern concept of human development theory were Mahbub ul Haq , √úner Kirdar , and Amartya Sen .