| March 2nd, 2007

Topics at Adhunika Blog

This is your opportunity to tell us what you would like us to discuss at the Blog, we will consider to discuss topics ‘you think’ we should address here.  If you don’t want to share your name with the readers, you can also be anonymous when you send us your idea. Thank you for your co-operation.

 

No Responses to “Topics at Adhunika Blog”

  1. Sharmin says:

    I would like to see topics like, how the university level students (women) are thinking about their life, career, future plans etc.

    Another one I am curious about is — why it is so hard to get women participate in adhunika blog?

    -Sharmin

  2. Shakila says:

    Here’s a suggestion – how do Bangladeshi/South Asian women feel about having to adapt to the American work ethic at their jobs? Do they feel pressured to behave a certain way to get along with their co-workers (for example, going out for drinks after work)? Is it necessary to assimilate to Western culture in the US workplace if you want to get ahead and get promoted?

  3. Shaila says:

    I would definitely like to see the topic that Shakila suggested. Also, how about “Changing your name after getting married”? A lot of us have not changed and some do, I would love to hear from evryone what they feel about this? I personaly feel it should be a personal choice and not forced upon by the society–Where men are not required to do so after getting married, but women are expected-I would like to hear both sides, since there is no right and wrong, but could be a good discussion point?

  4. Shahnaz says:

    Thanks everyone for taking the time to send your suggestion, we hope to add more topics that you think we should discuss at the blog as time progresses. Following is a list of topics that you have sent us to consider:

    1. how the university level students (women) are thinking about their life, career, future plans etc

    2. how do Bangladeshi/South Asian women feel about having to adapt to the American work ethic at their jobs? Is it necessary to assimilate to Western culture in the US workplace if you want to get ahead and get promoted?

    3. Changing your name after getting married?

    4. Choice to remain single

    5. Choice not to have babies

    6. Inter-racial marriages

  5. Asif Saleh says:

    I have a suggestion. Blogs are successful when there are highly opinionates pieces. Sometimes to get a reaction out of people, you need some hard hitting piece. I think Adhunika entries are too safe. I’d like to see some hard hitting pieces, some anger, some extreme emotions in this blog. 🙂

  6. samiha esha says:

    “pre-marital sex” can be another topic

  7. Sharmin says:

    Could you elaborate little more? Help us understand how prevailing it is in Bangladesh and how our discussion might help.

    -Sharmin

  8. admin says:

    A recent request from a participant that would be considered to write about:

    “I suggest Adhunika write on this in a seperate post, living in a joint family or something like that.” – Ella

  9. Deshal says:

    I think it will help if there is a discussion on how to deal with people better and how to make relationships (husband/wife, in-laws, colleagues etc) better. There were some discussions earlier but some more will help. What are the key techniques that help maintain good relationships? Being newly married and new to things associated with marriage (how to create a good understanding with partner, keeping good relationship with “shoshurbari”..etc) what are the things
    ( techniques, tips, experiences all welcome!) that help you during the first few crucial years of marriage/relationship to create that trust/bond with your partner? I really wish if we could talk about it because I often find myself lost and don’t know how to say things or how to act.

Leave a Reply

About this blog

Adhunika blog is launched with a mission to share knowledge among women from every walk of life. Sometime it would be in the form of sharing experience to find a feasible solution of a problem; sometime it would be in the form of professional consultation, which Adhunika group will arrange for its bloggers. Nevertheless, the intent of this blog always remains the same - to help and empower women through a common web-based platform....read more

Subscribe

E-mail:

Recent Posts

Categories

Archive