This website uses cookies to ensure you have the best experience. Learn more

Gender Equality Essay

765 words - 4 pages

D. ILMU PENGETAHUAN DAN TEKNOLOGI
Bangsa Yunani telah memiliki berbagai macam pengetahuan dan teknologi yang tinggi, yakni:
Menciptakan perahu layar yang ramping sebagai sarana untuk mengarungi Laut Tengah dan menghubungkan daratan Yunani dengan daerah-daerah pantai timur Pulau Sicilia.
Membuat barang-barang dari tanah liat.
Menghasilkan karya arsitektur yang megah seperti Kuil Zeus, Kuil Partenon dan Gedung Teater Raksasa.
Mengembangkan industri untuk menunjang perdagangannya, yakni keramik yang bentuknya beraneka ragam dan dihiasi dengan indah.
Menghasilkan karya-karya benda logam berkembang pesat terutama untuk menyediakan alat-alat perang.
 
Kemajuan bangsa Yunani ...view middle of the document...

Dengan sistem itu, kekuasaan berada di tangan dewan rakyat. Pelaksanaan pemerintahan dilakukan oleh sembilan orang Archon yang setiap tahun diganti. Para Archon diawasi oleh Aeropagus (Mahkamah Agung) yang para anggotanya berasal dari mantan anggota Archon. Athena banyak menghasilkan para filosof yang pemikirannya sangat berpengaruh pada kehidupan manusia hingga dewasa ini
– Orang Yunani membangun hubungan dengan bangsa-bangsa lain seperti Mesir, Babylonia, dan yang lainnya, sehingga terjadi tukar-menukar pengetahuan
– Penduduk Yunani memiliki hak otonomi kemerdekaan dan kemakmuran di bidang ekonomi, sehingga mereka lebih berkonsentrasi untuk menumbuhkembangkan pengetahuan.
– Bangsa Yunani menghargai logika dan cara berpikir yang rasional.
–  Bangsa Yunani selalu terlibat aktif dalam urusan politik, ekonomi, dan sosial. Hal itu membuat mereka selalu berusaha untuk mencari pemecahan dalam setiap masalah yang muncul.

2. Sparta
 Pemerintahan Sparta didasari oleh pemerintahan yang bergaya militeristik. Pola ini diperkenalkan oleh Lycurgus tahun 625 SM. Pemerintahan dipegang oleh dua orang raja, sementara pelaksana tertinggi dipegang oleh suatu dewan yang bernama Ephor yang terdiri dari lima orang. Setiap Ephor memiliki dewan tua yang berusia lebih dari 60 tahun, yang bertugas untuk mempersiapkan UU yang diajukan kepada dewan rakyat (perwakilan dari semua warga kota). Para pemuda yang terseleksi secara fisik dan mental, dijadikan tentara. Keberadaan polis-polis di Yunani mengakibatkan mereka saling bersaing dalam memperebutkan hegemoni kekuasaan atas wilayah Yunani. Sehingga tidaklah mengherankan apabila di Yunani selalu terjadi peperangan di antara sesama polis-polis tersebut. Tetapi, datang tentara Persia...

Other Essays Like Gender Equality

Is Gender Equality Ever Possible Essay

1326 words - 6 pages English essay Question: is gender equality ever possible? Question analyze: key words are gender equality, ever, possible. Gender equality is defined as men and women have same rights. Ever is an absolute term. First mean point: it is possible as there are obvious improvement in social area today compare to the past. However, there are improvements does not mean that gender inequality can be totally eliminated. (India gender parity index

Issues in Diversity: Gender Equality and Sizeism

1119 words - 5 pages apparent in American society gender equality and sizeism. Each issue will be defined and an example of how these they may affect not only the individual but the organization as a whole. Even with the change in laws these issues still have their stereotypes and effects on many individuals, personally and professionally. One perspective of diversity that can be encountered in the workplace is gender equality. In order to fully understand gender

Gender Equality in Housework - Essay

631 words - 3 pages 1. Myth: Better communication will save your marriage. Fact: We often hear that successful conflict resolution, which includes active listening, makes for healthy and happy marriages. But according to Gottman, most of the roughly 650 couples they sampled “rarely do anything that even partly resembles active listening when they’re upset.” Also, a study by researcher Kurt Hahlweg and colleagues found that couples were still distressed after

Gender Equality in the Aztec Civilization

699 words - 3 pages An all too commonly trend shared with various nations and civilizations around the world is the mistreatment of women. With very few exceptions, the belittling of women seems almost ubiquitous throughout history. Was this trend practiced in the aztec civilation? Or did the Aztecs understand and appreciate the importance of women's role in their society? Overall, women were unappreciated and were not considered equal to men. To begin with, the

Transforming Gender Relations in Ghana

2366 words - 10 pages CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Transforming gender relations in Ghana agenda will remain so for some time to come. In spite of decades of gender equity activism and public efforts which had been undertaken in the last three decades within the ambit of electoral policies, the transformation process was stalled with many challenges. In the gender equality intervention, especially following the Beijing declaration of 1995, the agenda has been pursued

One with Me

829 words - 4 pages Feminist Movement The largest minority group in the world today is and has been women. Although the rights of today’s women throughout the world have increased somewhat drastically since the 1800’s, the struggle for gender equality has been a persistent problem all over the world. No longer are women without voices or left helpless in gaining fair treatment next to men. With the development of the feminist movement in the United States

Is equality for all a realistic and desirable aim within society?

1515 words - 7 pages Equality exists in many contexts. It can exist in the political level; individuals have the same rights under the law. It can exist in a social level, between categories of people, for example gender, or race. It can even exist on an individual level, as to how each person is treated. Equality cannot be confined to simply equal opportunities for all; for an equal and fair process is still equality. An equal and fair result is also equality. At

Civil Rights and Title Ix

588 words - 3 pages that women are equal to men in terms of their numbers in the law profession, it is clear however, that they have not yet achieved equality in all other areas of their employment and education. Discrimination in the form of gender, sex and sexual harassment continues to be a problem in today’s society.         Historically, females have been discriminated against in the United States based solely on their gender. Gender or sex discrimination may be

Roles of Women in the Society

934 words - 4 pages Name Tutor: Course: Date: Roles of Women in the Society The changing role of women in the society has significantly affected their contribution in various aspects of human life such as family, religion, politics, government and business. Traditionally, their roles were always inferior to that of men in all structures and organs of the society, but this has significantly changed with the current insistence on gender equality and respect

The Merits and Demerits of Affirmative Action

1313 words - 6 pages The Merits and Demerits of Affirmative Action The Namibian constitution is considered as one of the most democratic and well drafted in Africa, and more so globally. However, like any document of political origin, it has its fair share of controversial and debatable issues. In this discussion, the issue of focus is the commonly conversed about Article 23 Chapter 3: Affirmative Action in regards to gender equality. The merits and demerits of

Gender Equity Issues

1185 words - 5 pages director was right, there is need to come up with various strategies, both short-term and long-term. Strategies to Solving the Issue In this context, the long-term approach would start by inviting gender practitioners to train all the community members of the institution, including staff members, subordinate staff member, and students regarding gender equity and equality. There is a need to establish a body or a committee that will come up with

Related Papers

Gender Equality Essay

519 words - 3 pages Gender Equality “Gender equality is achieved when people are able to access and enjoy the same rewards, resources and opportunities regardless of whether they are a woman or a man.” (About workplace gender equality). It is not up for debate whether women are discriminated against in the workplace it is obvious. According to Mary Ellen Spigel, in 1998 women made 73 cents to the dollar paid to men. Even today there is still a pay gap between men

Gender Equality In Housework Essay

1010 words - 5 pages Influences of Gender Equality on North Americans’ Attitudes Toward Housework Gender roles often play a large part in determining the behaviours and attitudes of men and women, especially within the household. One particular aspect of living that is highly influenced by gender roles is the division of housework among the sexes. Since North Americans have started to put aside the traditional gender roles in favour of more equal views, women, who

Gender Equality In India Essay

2123 words - 9 pages GENDER MEANING—The term "Gender" has more than one valid definition. In ordinary speech, it is used interchangeably with "sex" to denote the condition of being male or female. The World Health Organization (WHO), for example, uses "gender" to refer to "the socially constructed roles, behaviors, activities, and attributes that a given society considers appropriate for men and women". EQUALITY MEANING---- The state or quality of being equal

Women And Gender Equality Essay

2019 words - 9 pages Gender equality is, first and foremost, a human right. A woman is entitled to live in dignity and in freedom from want and from fear. But, now the scenario is taking a turn. As, one when wakes up Then, starts a day with worshiping Goddesses at 8 and then, when one have a look on newspaper there are breaking news like “A girl of 5 years old raped” “another gang rape” “ one more shame” ….. etc etc …. on reading these obviously