|Analysis of the Development of Higher Vocational Education in China Women’s University
Abstract：Vigorously developing vocational education is the consistent policy and requirement of the Communist Party of China and the Chinese government, and an ...
|Women and Folk Songs: Bicultural Symbolism in the Novels of Yemei
Abstract：Among minority group women writers, Yemei observes in a unique way and writes about Tujia women. She set the template for the fortune of the women char...
|Policy of Protecting Women's Employment Needs Improving
Abstract：According to Chinese law, employed women in the period of pregnancy, childbirth and lactation cannot be fired by employers, but similar protections for...
|A Study of Family Education Support Policies in France, the United States and Japan
Abstract：Even though in some countries, where there was little activity in the field long ago, now NGOs have done a lot of work on the support of family educati...
|Applying Reasonable Reliance Protection to Marital Relations
Abstract：Marriage which is based on the marriage parties’mutual positive trust is a form of gender integration for man and woman which aims for a permanent rel...
|Research on the Relationships between the Fundamental Principles of Marital Property Law
Abstract：Marital property law is to regulate relationships between marital property relations according to the legal system. To research marital property relati...
|Transition of Social Roles and Functions of Chinese Women Through a Study of Women's Images in Fine Art in the 20th Century
Abstract：Based on female characters in 20th- century art works, this paper evaluates the changing role of Chinese women in this phase of history and society. Us...
|Summary：An Anti-Domestic Violence against Women Forum, co-sponsored by the All-China Women's Federation (ACWF) and the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), was held in Beijing on September 28th, 2014.|
|Summary：The book initiates a new approach to carrying out intensive studies of the early 20th century, which were of great significance in the development of modern China.|
|Summary：This is one of the latest academic studies to have been produced by domestic scholars in the fields of history, folklore and archaeology to concern itselfit with women’s affairs and gender topics in recent years.|
|Summary：The rise of the oral method in studying history has provided a new platform to empower women, who used to without a voice in traditional society. Authors held interviews with 19 women, who were employed before 1949.|