Here I would make it absolutely clear that when I said sociology for women that did not mean a sociology exclusively for women rather " it means a sociology that addresses society and social relations from the stand point of women situated outside rather than within the relation of ruling" (Smith, "The Everyday" 46).
Let us talk in a little detail about genesis of my theory. During the experiences of my own life and work, I had noticed that male of the society has defined roles and status of a woman in it. The feelings and experiences of woman do not get priority even in the conceptualization of her own ideology. Women are viewed more as an object rather than human, they are just the 'other' and are forced to see the world through male point of view. So I say. "There is a disjuncture between how women experience the world and the concepts and theoretical schemes by which society's self-consciousness is inscribed" (Smith, "The Conceptual" 13). The women see and experience the world in which they live by not their own experiences but as in perspectives of the rule framed and theories propounded by men for them. As a result women are kept in confusion and remain deprived of self discovery. I observed that "Our images of how we should look, our homes, our lives, are given shape by the work of people in academia, in television, radio, newspapers, and other organizations forming the 'ideological apparatuses' of the society'" (Smith, "The Everyday" 17).
These relations of ruling are made up of texts and ideology. The texts are what presented to us, woman, by government organization, other institutions, popular media who tell us how we should look, manage home and such everyday matters, we shape our lives around the ideology presented in these various texts.
The ideologies created by these ideological apparatuses and real experiences do not correlate and thus create chaos in women/s life. The ideology is created by the male in such a way that complete domination and authority remain with them.
Marxism also states that women's subordination is because they are not productive members of society. As a result they do not control property but are property in them selves. Entry of women in paid labor would stop their subordination, suggests marxist (Adams and Sydie 208). Well! to that I can say that my own daily routine as a worker, wife and mother given me clue to put my thoughts as that women, although excluded almost entirely from positions of authority, had one trusted source of knowing from which to reply--our everyday experience (Campbell 7).
So I declare that it is woman's work that make foundation for man's ruling. Women give shape to man's concepts at home or in paid labor. They work at home to maintain healthy bodies and mind and at work place the abstract concepts are given concrete form of reports , memos , strategic plans by women who ensure space, time and resources for these(Adams and Sydie 216). Are these not productive work These give men ablity and freedom to have abstract authority because we, women, do the groundwork for them. It is time to realize that Intellectual work was done in the mind, as if bodies didn't exist. There seemed to be a permanent conflict in seeing and valuing the two existing separately (Campbell 7).