and punishment to establish unity for Indians and his country. This essay will examine Gandhi in his servant and value base leadership roles, and how his vision for a free India and beliefs of non-violence was more successful than the British repression.
LEADERSHIP APPROACHES AND TYPES 1 Introduction: Leadership is the one of the world's oldest absorption. The understanding of leadership has appeared strongly in everyone past life. Determined stories have been told through generation about leader's capability, intention and imperfection, leader's rights and advantage and the leader's duties and responsibility (Bass, 1990). 1.1 Concepts of Leadership: Leadership is a process by which a person impacts others to fulfill an objective and directs the
and his works continue to have a huge impact on American culture. Eric Arthur Blair, better known by his pen name George Orwell, was born in Matihari, Bengal, India in 1903. According to Biography.com (2017), Orwell’s father was a British Civil Servant stationed in India at the time of Orwell’s birth. A year after being born, Orwell’s mother brought him and his older sister, Marjorie, to England where they settled in
think that feminists are against motherhood and families in general. This impression many people have of feminism, according to Elaine Tuttle Hansen, is “so ingrained . . . that in an anthology of writing from the women’s liberation movement . . . essays on ‘family’ are prefaced with this disclaimer: ‘We are not against love, against men and women living together, against having children. What we are against is the role women play once they become wives and mothers’” (5; qtd. in Hansen 5). However
taken places round the world with nation states promoted their agendas (UN Women).their statistic has shown that women and girls are the most vulnerable with regard to the distribution of resources from health education and, economic activities. This essay will seek to address these major gaps in Iran and what is the Islamic republic doing to narrow these gender gaps. The role played by women and men, in the Iranian institutions has leads to serious consequences such as underdevelopment, poverty, hunger