Deplorable Living Conditions of Female Workers: A Study in a Tea Garden of Bangladesh

  title={Deplorable Living Conditions of Female Workers: A Study in a Tea Garden of Bangladesh},
  author={Abir Hassan},
  journal={Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences},
  • Abir Hassan
  • Published 3 May 2014
  • Education
  • Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences
The study reveals the living conditions of the female laborers of tea garden in Bangladesh exploring the social and job environment with the inclusion of consciousness level as the deplorable scenario of their life styles. This research has been done in a tea garden of Sylhet district in Bangladesh namely Lackatoorah Tea Estate, as the study area, taken into account at random. It shows that female workers are being oppressed and suppressed in each and every sphere of life as from family… 

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