Women's Studies Abroad

Shimazaki Toson's Novel Ie and Female Images of Late Meiji Period
Uploaded Time: 2014-03-26
Category: Women's Studies Abroad
The Meiji Government carried out a series of reforms, which not merely made Japan embark on a path of capitalism, but also changed women’s social status to a certain extent. Shimazaki Toson described...Version: Chinese
Advantages and Disadvantages of Female Managers in the Hotel Management
Uploaded Time: 2014-03-26
Category: Women's Studies Abroad
With the continuous development of society, people’s thoughts and ideas are constantly updated, the traditional women entering society, women in different industry human resources are constantly emer...Version: Chinese
The Influence of Iranian female Education on Iranian Women in Early Days of Republic of Iran
Uploaded Time: 2014-03-20
Category: Women's Studies Abroad
The victory of the Islamic revolution in 1979 brought great changes to Iran. Under the guidance of Khomeini,I-ran had introduced a complete set of policies and measures for the purpose of restoring th...Version: Chinese
On the Change of Social Status of Japanese Female over the Decade after World War Ⅱ: From the Perspective of the Catchword
Uploaded Time: 2014-03-20
Category: Women's Studies Abroad
The issue of social status of Japanese female has been one of the key topics about the Japanese studies in the recent years, whose changes reflect the developing status of Japanese society in differen...Version: Chinese
A Unique View of Growth: An Overview of the Research on American Ethnic Minority Female Initiation Story
Uploaded Time: 2014-03-24
Category: Women's Studies Abroad
American ethnic minority female initiation story covers the categories like African,Chinese,Hispanic,Indian female initiation stories and so on. Currently,the research on American ethnic minority fema...Version: Chinese
An Empirical Study on Japanese Rural Women's Economic Status
Uploaded Time: 2014-03-25
Category: Women's Studies Abroad
The investigation of rural women's economic participation and economic status among Japanese full-time farmers indicates that women contribute a lot to family agriculture. They get salary from agricul...Version: Chinese
A Study on the Conflict between Work and Family of Modern Australian Women
Uploaded Time: 2014-03-20
Category: Women's Studies Abroad
During 1980s, "the affirmative action plan" advocated by Australian government increased women's proportion to participate in labor market, enlarged women's employment, and enabled their contribution ...Version: Chinese
An Account of Virtuous-Wife-and-Worthy-Mother Doctrine in Modern Japan
Uploaded Time: 2014-03-19
Category: Women's Studies Abroad
Virtuous-wife-and-worthy-mother Doctrine is the central notion of modern Japanese women's education, which includes western views on women, Confucius theories on women, and nationalism, which is both ...Version: Chinese
Relative Studies on Japanese Women's Social Status: Review and Reflection
Uploaded Time: 2014-03-19
Category: Women's Studies Abroad
Relative studies on Japanese women's social status in China concentrate on literary narration, women's movement, daily utterances, reasons for women's status transference, and international comparativ...Version: Chinese
Preliminary Analysis on Gender and Environmental Sustainable Development System in Canada
Uploaded Time: 2014-03-18
Category: Women's Studies Abroad
Based on taking the lead in the experience of global environmental sustainable development, through governmental legislation and monitoring, by establishing special institutions and making the citizen...Version: Chinese
Investigation on Women's Divorce Reasons from the Perspective of Emancipation -- Taking 19th-20th Century Great Britain for Example
Uploaded Time: 2014-03-18
Category: Women's Studies Abroad
British women have made constant efforts to win discourse power of gender equality in family and society in rapid social transition since 20th century, in order to transform male-dominated social role...Version: Chinese
On Historical Vicissitude and Women Problems of Japanese Rural Linear Family
Uploaded Time: 2014-03-12
Category: Women's Studies Abroad
The typical rural family in Japanese countryside before war is patriarchy linear family. In family hierarchy and "men's superiority to women"society, women were regarded as attachment of men and famil...Version: Chinese
Study on American Women's Employment
Uploaded Time: 2010-03-03
Category: Women's Studies Abroad
Employment is a global question. With the requirement of increasing population and the situation of financial crisis, employment chances are becoming rare resources. The employment right is women's ba...Version: Chinese
Feminist Movement in West and Women's Higher Education Development in the USA
Uploaded Time: 2010-03-06
Category: Women's Studies Abroad
With the development of feminist movement in the USA, three stages come up in women's higher education in America. The first stage is the pursuit of gender difference education;the second stage is to ...Version: Chinese
South Korean Women's Status Improvement from the Amendment of Family and Marriage Law in South Korea
Uploaded Time: 2014-02-28
Category: Women's Studies Abroad
As a traditional Confucian country, the deep rooted male chauvinism and householder system which lasted for hundreds of years make South Korean women in a comparatively low status. Since 2005, the new...Version: Chinese
Fertility, Family Planning, and Reproductive Health of U.S. Women Data from the 2002 National Survey of Family Growth
Uploaded Time: 2014-02-15
Category: Women's Studies Abroad
OBJECTIVE This report presents national estimates of fertility, family planning, and reproductive health indicators among females 15-44 years of age in the United States in 2002 from Cycle 6 of the Na...Version: Chinese
The New Role of Women Family Formation in Modern Societies
Uploaded Time: 2014-02-15
Category: Women's Studies Abroad
This collective work examines the independence hypothesis of Gary Becker. The hypothesis suggests that the opportunity costs of marriage and motherhood are often prohibitively high for educated women,...Version: Chinese
Cohabitation without Marriage an Essay in Law and Social Policy
Uploaded Time: 2014-02-15
Category: Women's Studies Abroad
Trends in cohabitation without marriage are investigated in terms of the law and social policy. Emphasis is on England, but reference is also made to the United States, Scandinavia, France, Yugoslavia...Version: Chinese
The Divorce Revolution the Unexpected Social and Economic Consequences for Women and Children in America
Uploaded Time: 2014-02-15
Category: Women's Studies Abroad
Based on a ten year study of the no-fault divorce law, first instituted in California and used in some form nationwide in the 1970s, this book disproves the law's theory that equal treatment of husban...Version: Chinese
Are Difficulties Balancing Work and Family Associated With Subsequent Fertility
Uploaded Time: 2014-02-15
Category: Women's Studies Abroad
Despite considerable interest in the causes and consequences of work-family conflict, and the frequent suggestion in fertility research that difficulty in balancing work and family is one of the facto...Version: Chinese
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