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This study focused on the extent of women’s empowerment in terms of cultural, societal, and national setting. It also determine the most common factor that hinders their empowerment. The result verified that the participants belong to the lower class. Furthermore, it was observed that their empowerment with respect to cultural and national setting is at very great extent. This signifies that they are empowered in this part most of the time. In terms of social setting they show that their empowerment is at great extent. It is revealed that illiteracy is the most common factor that hinders participants’ empowerment. The study sealed that their socioeconomic status does not have an immense contribution to limit their empowerment on the cultural, social and national environment.
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