Yadam Ram Kumar


In sociological texts, the definition of gender conflict is still at novice stage due to its nature in the society. This research paper attempts a holistic understanding of Gender Conflict. The term ‘Gender Conflict’ is new in sociological research and it is discussed here thoroughly. The research paper describes sexuality, roles, social construct and also explains phases of social change in the context of Gender. The gender and conflict are described in diagram and pictorial formats with step-by-step process of dynamics of gender conflict in society.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.46827/ejsss.v7i1.1199

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