WOMEN’S POLITICAL PARTICIPATION IN PAKISTAN: THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVE
This qualitative research signifies the importance of women’s political participation in all democratic societies in the world is highlighted. To know how and why the participation of women in politics is mandatory, Down’s Theory of Rational Choice is used, and for the recognition of women’s identity in political parties Michigan Model of Party Identification is used as a theoretical framework within the framework of the political party system in Pakistan. Secondary sources are used for data collection. Interpretive qualitative methodology is used to understand the theoretical perspective of this issue. Unlike earlier research, this study discusses the importance of women's participation in Pakistan's politics, in a theoretical framework. The technique of triangulation is used for the validity of data.
Keywords: Women’s political participation, theoretical perspective, elections, and party, Downs’s theory of rational choice, Michigan model, party identification,
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