Feminism and gender inequality in Nigeria

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Maclosky (1968) defines political participation as a voluntary activities shared by members of a society in the selection of their rulers and indirectly involve in the formation of public policies. In a similar tone, Weiner also conceives of political participation in the following words: is a voluntary shared by members of a society in the selection of their rulers and directly or indirectly involve themselves in the form of public policies.

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Historical evidences in many societies both during the ancient and modern periods supply the idea of male domination over their female folks in many spheres of human behavior. The literature on the subjugation of woman to men’s domination knows no bound with such literature covering wide range of issues, including the body, class and work, disability, the family, globalization, human rights, culture, race and racism, reproduction, science, the self, sex work, human trafficking and sexuality.