Questions of Scientific Research on Violence and Inequality Applied to Women
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Universidad de Granada
Mikhail F. Kostyuk, Elena V. Kunts (2021). Questions of Scientific Research on Violence and Inequality Applied to Women. Journal for Educators, Teachers and Trainers, Vol. 12(1). 143 – 146. [DOI: 10.47750/jett.2021.12.01.018]
In the last decade of the 21st century, research on discrimination and violence against women has increased rapidly. Such close attention of the world community to the inequality of women and violence against them contributes to a large-scale international recognition of the need and timely development of scientific approaches that take into account gender issues on a fairly stable basis. However, the problem of the legal status of women in connection with their increasing activity in public life has not received much attention from the point of view of scientific research. As a result, there are no comparative data in this area. Research work with a gender perspective is needed to assess the role and scope of this phenomenon and to draw scientific conclusions, regulations and recommendations for reforms in the adoption of draft laws, social policies and solutions.