Women at the Forefront of Social Development: An Analysis on the Roles of Gender, Acceptance, and Trends.

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Ploy Umpornpet
Suvicha Pouaree


This paper aims to reflect upon a deepened analysis based on the roles of gender in the 21st century of World Development. A shifted in the paradigm of global
development, with countless of emerging movements and activism patterns towards “women empowering,” an intriguing consensus how roles of gender brought “equality” matters to the world as it has been trusted to help progress and develop. Reasons on both acceptance, and trends within the subject of “gender equality,” as it has been heavily discussed, led by both the world’s leaders together with their citizens’ to “optin” general concepts that person(s), regardless of their gender should be able to live comfortably, be treated fairly, thereby, developed the nations onto better directions. Concluded with options in development scenarios; “gender neutrality” as forefront
concept, suggested patterns of sustainable development may suit the needs of an overall “equality treatment” among global citizens moving forward.


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Umpornpet, P., & Pouaree, S. (2022). Women at the Forefront of Social Development: An Analysis on the Roles of Gender, Acceptance, and Trends. Journal of Social Development and Management Strategy, 24(2), 1–15. Retrieved from https://so04.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jsd/article/view/258189
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