Women's Studies Abroad

"Women-Unfriendly" Gender System in "Women-Friendly" Countries -- A Study of Feminism in North Europe
Uploaded Time: 2016-07-29
Category: Women's Studies Abroad
The Nordic welfare countries are known as "women friendly". This concept was first proposed by the Norwegian feminist political scientist Helga Hernes, but the Swedish historian Yvonne Hirdman propose...Version: Chinese
An Analysis of the Female Characters in Willa Cather's "Prairie Trilogy"
Uploaded Time: 2016-07-09
Category: Women's Studies Abroad
Willa Cather is an outstanding female pioneer writer in the history of American literature. Her works are noted for depicting mid-western American landscape and female characters. Her representative n...Version: Chinese
Israel in Contemporary American Jewish Women Writers' Imagination from a Bildungsroman Novel
Uploaded Time: 2016-06-30
Category: Women's Studies Abroad
In recent three decades, there has been an emergent critical awareness of an American Jewish literary revival, in which the desire to assimilate gives way to a renewed interest in Jewish religion, his...Version: Chinese
Union Street: A Mirror of the Life of the British Working-Class Women
Uploaded Time: 2016-06-30
Category: Women's Studies Abroad
Deeply rooted in culture of the working class, the novel Union Street by Pat Barker describes the wretched life of the British working-class women in the 1980 s, and the gender discrimination and clas...Version: Chinese
Merits and Demerits of American Women's Movement: An Analysis of Its Second Wave in the 1960s
Uploaded Time: 2016-06-30
Category: Women's Studies Abroad
The Second Wave of Women's Movement in the United States, initiated in the 1960s, had great influences and exhibited many defects as well.There were achievements, and there were failures, both of whic...Version: Chinese
Free Soul, Free Body: The Influence of the First American Women Liberation Movement on American Women's Fashion Culture
Uploaded Time: 2016-06-30
Category: Women's Studies Abroad
In the first half of the nineteenth century, American women had little freedom because of their low social status and strict traditional morals, which resulted in one fact:American women had to wear c...Version: Chinese
Study on the Pension Balance Path under the Background of "Comprehensive Two Children" Policy
Uploaded Time: 2016-06-29
Category: Women's Studies Abroad
Aimed at the prominent pension problem of supply and demand contradictory from the imbalance of population structure, this article explores the important role that the structural ad- justment of suppl...Version: Chinese
To View the Law of Women's Liberation from the Uprising of American Women Intellectuals
Uploaded Time: 2016-06-28
Category: Women's Studies Abroad
At the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century the American women intellectuals rose to be a kind of "new women", who contributed greatly to the liberation of women and the refor...Version: Chinese
Purgatory in the City——Analyzes in the Oates Work the Violence World
Uploaded Time: 2016-06-27
Category: Women's Studies Abroad
Oates is a very prominent woman writer in modern American. Her works are increasingly well known and appreciated in public, especially the violence problems which are realistically depicted by Oates. ...Version: Chinese
Analysis Degree Zero Writing in Hills like White Elephants
Uploaded Time: 2016-06-27
Category: Women's Studies Abroad
Degree zero writing is a famous theory by Roland Barthes, French post structuralism leader. He comes up with the theory that degree zero writing is neutral writing and purified writing without an emph...Version: Chinese
New Image of Modern Indian Women as Seen in Daisy from The Painter of Signs of R. K. Narayan
Uploaded Time: 2016-06-23
Category: Women's Studies Abroad
The Painter of Signs portrays Daisy as a new image of modern Indian women, who frees herself from the fetters of traditional culture, and fulfils herself through devoting to her work. Her relationship...Version: Chinese
The Sacrificed Black Women——A Feminist Review of Richard Wright`s Native Son
Uploaded Time: 2016-06-23
Category: Women's Studies Abroad
The black women characters in Native Son are greatly denigrated due to Richard Wright's sexist point of view, which to a certain extent undermines the critical power of the whole novel. Black liberati...Version: Chinese
The Recurrence of Bear girl Myth Motif in Korea Literary Works
Uploaded Time: 2016-06-23
Category: Women's Studies Abroad
Motif as a basic component of a myth is often passed on in a culture and incorporated into different literary works. The motif of perseverance and love seeking that originated from the bear girl in Th...Version: Chinese
Korean Women Writers' Perspective of Writing in Ancient Times
Uploaded Time: 2016-06-23
Category: Women's Studies Abroad
Women writers' perspective of writing is determined by their mode of existence. In the periods of Three Kingdoms and Unified Xin Luo, the Korean women writers participated in social activities and con...Version: Chinese
Equality on the Right of Dwelling of Deserted Wife or Divorced Woman——From the Thought of Lord Denning on Family Law
Uploaded Time: 2016-06-26
Category: Women's Studies Abroad
We should absorb the thought of Lord Denning on family law and give deserted wives a special protection in right of dwelling. A wife who have done housework many years should acquire a part of family ...Version: Chinese
Looking Eastward: Accepting Eastern European Feminism
Uploaded Time: 2016-06-25
Category: Women's Studies Abroad
This article introduces Eastern European feminisms and discusses the potential for them to become a new source of inspiration for feminist theorizing and organizing in China. It begins with a brief ac...Version: Chinese
The Re-employment of Japanese Women in a Super Aging Society
Uploaded Time: 2016-06-21
Category: Women's Studies Abroad
At present, Japan is one of the most seriously aging countries in the world. Although such a super aging society will increase women's burdens, it also provides more employment and re-employment oppor...Version: Chinese
Mandarin-speaking Children’s Phonological Awareness:Similarities, Differences and Transference between Chinese and English
Uploaded Time: 2016-06-21
Category: Women's Studies Abroad
Phonological Awareness(PA)is the ability to analyze spoken language into component sounds(including syllables, onset-rime and phonemes) and to manipulate these smaller units. It has been well document...Version: Chinese
The ideological function reflected by the infanticide plot from beloved
Uploaded Time: 2016-06-19
Category: Women's Studies Abroad
Morrison is the first black female writer who wins the Nobel Prize in literature. By way of maintaining a binary identity, the one as a black and the one as a female, she succeeds in probing into the ...Version: Chinese
A study of research histories of Walker's and Morrison's writings in China
Uploaded Time: 2016-06-19
Category: Women's Studies Abroad
After the academia of China have done research on Walker's and Morrison's writings for twenty years, this essay surveys the histories of those researches, and values their accomplishments, while explo...Version: Chinese
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