objectively judged, is blatantly excessive or disproportionate to the ascribed role
The formal-positive legal rationality, that both preceded capitalism and that is now symbiotically bound up with it, helps produce a self that is typically unencumbered by fixed, ascribed role
In the first section, the author reviews the problems of and prospects for rural credit in the context of its ascribed role
in rural development; traces the evolution and growth of the rural credit delivery system; analyses the problems associated with credit recycling and overdues; and discusses the recorranendations of various committees.
The first role, that of being a woman, is an ascribed role
in which cultivation of the role begins at birth and continues throughout a woman's life.
Brad Pitt, in another stand-out performance, plays the troubled, worn-out James, unable to carry the heavy burden of his false legend, while Casey Affleck, in his first break-out role, is the man who must endure playing the ascribed role
of the coward villain.
Through Women's Rights and Writing Workshops with participants from the most marginalised and excluded sectors of society, hundreds of women in rural and urban communities across Namibia have taken on the identity of 'writer', temporarily casting aside their ascribed roles
as 'wives', 'housewives', 'grandmothers', 'aunts' and 'mothers' to fore-taste the freedom of other identities and futures, if not for themselves then for their daughters and granddaughters.
Despite a sometimes uneasy arrangement of these essays within their thematic categories, and some typographical deficiencies, this volume is a fine collection that remains true to its editorial intent to provide specific case studies for exploring the "boundaries" of women's ascribed roles
in the historical development of North American society (18).
Gender and ascribed roles
of motherhood can make closing the pay gap hard for some women.
While we can all come up with instances in which we were disturbed by conservative attitudes or actions that thinly disguised racist, sexist, or class bias, the fact is that ascribed roles
and boundaries provide safety and security.
The power of men over women in their socially ascribed roles
as wives, daughters and sisters is firmly entrenched in these three institutions.