Gender Equality

International Scholars Appraise the New Achievements in Gender Study in China

Qian Ge
Shanghai University of Finance and Economics

Abstract:In this article, the researcher presents linear regression models that describe how five gender-equality indexes affect individuals' perceptions of well-being and happiness, controlling for their economic income and weighed by the population of the countries that contribute to the models. The logical premise of this study is that gender equality is not only favorable for women, but it is also conducive to fostering the greatest level of happiness for all people. The researcher believes that most findings confirmed this assumption and the opinion of John Stuart Mill regarding gender equality, while two exceptions are explained by social quality theory and the male breadwinner model.
Keywords:gender study; Health Care for Women International

Paper type:Others
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