Womens social, economic and political status is differently defined by the advocates of Modern
Civil Society (MCS) and Traditional Civil Society (TCS). It is generally assumed that TCS gives
little or no status at all to their female group of the society. This issue is still very critical in poor and developing
countries including Pakistan. The current study has been conducted to statistically testing the assumptions of
positive relations between MCS and women status (WS) and negative connections between TCS and WS. Notably,
both positive and negative relations have been significantly proved by first-hand data from a sample of 205 (n=241;
return-rate=85%) subjects. The findings support the higher level of WS as per the values of the MCS.
1-Robina PhD Scholar, Department of Political Science,Qurtuba University, D.I Khan, KP, Pakistan.2-Muhammad Imran Assistant Professor, Department of Management Sciences,Qurtuba University, D. I Khan, KP, Pakistan.3-Maaria Sultana Assistant Professor,Management Sciences,Lahore Leads University, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan.
Modern Civil Society, Traditional Civil Society, & Women Status