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 PSYCHOSOCIAL DISPARITIES: APTITUDE OF DECISION MAKING PROCESS AMONG WOMEN IN SLUMS OF VISAKHAPATNAM, ANDHRA PRADESH, SOUTH INDIA


    Author(s):  HEPSIBAH PALIVELA, P. V. V. PRASADA RAO  
Abstract

Women are pronounced power in Vedas of Indian history, the scenario of elevated respect towards them was magnificent. The day to day life denotes a diverse image though we render our attention and consideration for their ability in decision making process. They are admirable for the superlative success in various streams of education, research and in several, there is always a disparity in the approach and comprehends. Women as a part of society should be considered but sometimes it sways. The women representing downtrodden sector are also many a times victims of decisions framed by others the psychological and social aspects also persuade the ability of making decisions. The impact of decision making process among them that brings the variation and digression is implicit.


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