Personal empowerment is one of the only major empirical studies which examine personal empowerment as a process. He labels empowerment as a developmental process which includes four stages entry, advancement, incorporation, and commitment. The entry stage appears to be motivated by the participant’s experience of some event or condition threatening to the self or family, what Keiffer refers to as an act of provocation.
PhD Scholar, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Nankai University, Tianjin, P. R China
Dr. Muhammad Sabil Farooq, PhD Sociology Nankai University P. R China also having Master’s Degree in Sociology from University of Peshawar and another M. Phil degree in Islamic studies and culture from AJK University Muzaffarabad Pakistan. He has huge experience of different national and international developmental organizations from field working level positions to the management level on different research projects. His interest includes Quality Education, Primary Education, Comparative Education, Social Justice and Women Development. His recent research focuses on Primary Quality Education and Comparative Education differences. He has already published many papers on education development related topics.
Master Scholar, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Nankai University, Tianjin, P. R China
Miss. Nazia Feroze, Master Anthropolgy, Nankai University, P.R China also having Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology from University Bahawalpur, Pakistan. She has experience of different national and international developmental organizations in different research education development projects. Her interests include: Educational Anthropology, Education Development, Quality Education, Primary Education, Comparative Education, Social Justice and Women Empowerment & Development. Her recent research focuses on Women Empowerment and Social Development. She has already published some papers on education development and women development related issues.