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The social status of females when you look at the transitional communities happens to be, and continues to be, very controversial and contested. This short article examines the similarities and variations in social circumstances of young feamales in three parts of present-day Ukraine. It covers their functions throughout the economy, family members, training, and politics. It contends that the socio-economic situation through the transition from the demand system to market economy has impacted their life through the feminisation of poverty, discrimination into the labour market, and decreasing representation that is political. A alleged ‘discourse of surviving’ is a response to and, similarly, an exact depiction for this situation.