|The Patron Belief and the Elderly Healthy Living of Bai Nationality
Abstract：Patron belief is unique religious of Bai nationality of China. It is not only the needs of the Bai people's religious life, it also works with the ...
|On Family Policies of the United Kingdom, Canada and Japan
Abstract：Based on published materials from the United Nations and information posted on internet from governments of the United Kingdom, Canada, and Japan, this...
|Studies on Chinese Women in France
Abstract：This article outlines the studies on Chinese women in France in the past more than one hundred years. It pays attention to the changing images of Chine...
|Optimization of the Sex Ratio Policy under Social Identity
Abstract：The sex ratio policy has always been questioned since it was implemented, and its function has also been a weakening tendency. The main reason is that ...
|On the Abolishment of the Consensus-Based Re-Surname System Between Spouses
Abstract：The practice of the consensus-based re-surname system between spouses is not prohibited according to the China's Marriage Law. The stipulation shal...
|Oral History and Chongqing Women During the Resistance War Against Japan
Abstract：In recent years, the study of China's Resistance War Against Japan has received more and more scholarly attention. However, oral history, especial...
|Gender Sensitivity in University's Social Work Education
Abstract：According to the survey to social work students in university C, it shows that social work students have gender sensitivity to gender roles, social eve...
|Summary：The Chinese Women's Research Society (CWRS) held a symposium of experts on January 22, 2014 to call on all of society to build consensus and create a good social environment conducive to women's development.|
|Summary：78 percent of single women are accepting of divorcees as their partners while more than 80 percent of single men are not, according to a survey conducted by Chinese Business Morning View, a newspaper sponsored by the Liaoning Federation of Returned Overseas Chinese, on November 11, 2013.|
|Summary：Across six chapters, the author elucidates and elaborates on the role of female leaders in the early years of the Communist Party of China.|
|Summary：A survey report has shown that 20 percent of Chinese people are 'very confident' and 59 percent are 'somewhat confident' that they will maintain an adequate standard of living in their old age, topping all the respondents of the 21 surveyed countries.|