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Housewifery…giving the role of home-makers a professional and an academic touch

October 16, 2012

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‘Educate a man, you have only taught one person but educate a woman, you have succeeded in educating a family’. No doubt, this saying has a profound influence on a woman who has given herself to proper spiritual, physical and mental nurturing through the years. However, the thorough appreciation of the stated recognition of training is made possible if women, who wish to experience not only blissful marriages but also stable homes, are prepared to face the challenges that emerge. This feat can possibly be attained by preparing themselves from the days of youth. How?

The advent of the neologism ‘Housewifery’ is a projected development aimed at giving ‘home-makers’ an academic and a professional touch. Analogous to mid-wifery, it encompasses the various nurturing recognition needed to keep the home alive and a stable society, at large.

This is the name given to typically interested ‘home-makers’; aspiring wives, aspiring mothers, housekeepers and dedicated married women. Simply, the term HOUSEWIFERY is typically professionalizing the role of housewives in nation building and institutionalizing an academic forte for ‘home-makers’

The masterpiece has in its recognition two chapters; professional and academic housewifery. Professional housewifery involves a government-assisted and non-governmental influence in form of evaluation of the performances of housewives in terms of socio-cultural behavioural patterns of their children, proper management of home affairs through a stipulated period of comments given by family members, teachers of their children, close neighbours, husbands and other concerned individuals and experts. Also, rewards, bonuses and other advantages that surface after the evaluation exercised will be brought to the spotlight. On the other hand, academic housewifery is class-based and a do-it approach has a ‘governing’ curriculum on how its dynamics can be disseminated to students.



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