The Impact of Subjective Norms on the Sex-selective Intention during PregnancyDecember 6, 2013Using the TRA model and the data from the surveys conducted in three counties of Shaanxi province, this study analyzes the impacts of the subjective norms held by members of the structures of social ties in rural China on individual member's sex-selective intentions during pregnancy.
Non-institutional Barriers to Women's Leadership and CountermeasuresNovember 5, 2013Alongside economic globalization and rise of information age, more and more women assume leadership positions in government agencies, enterprises and institutions.
Biocolonialism: An Ecofeminist PerspectiveNovember 5, 2013As an increasingly prominent global ecological issue, biocolonialism, whose theoretical purport lies in unearthing the common cultural roots of the destruction of nature and the oppression of women, has gradually come into the view of ecofeminism.
Analysis of Global Goals of Maternal Health and Differences in AdvancementNovember 4, 2013This paper points out that this Millennium Development Goal of universal provision of reproductive health care is very difficult to achieve based on an analysis of the diverse conditions of maternal health care and the differences in the levels of development among developing countries.
A Study from a Multi-dimensional Gender Perspective of A. S. Byatt's FictionNovember 4, 2013Exploration of sexual orientation, women's autonomy and rights, men's gender predicament and anxiety, as well as the relationship between the two sexes are some of the areas on which A. S. Byatt's fiction expends.
Female Subjectivity in Mao's Era: From Women by Wei JunyiNovember 4, 2013This paper aims to reexamine and reevaluate the Chinese women's liberation legacies by exploring Chinese female subjectivities in a culturally and historically specific way.
Influence of People Diplomacy on Development of Women's OrganizationsOctober 11, 2013This paper examines the participation of women's organization in people diplomacy since the economic reforms and recognizes opportunities that diplomacy presents to women's organizations for further development.
Establishing the Principle of Equality between Men and Women in the Modern Chinese Civil LawOctober 11, 2013The establishment of principle of equality between men and women in contemporary civil law has experienced a spiral process because of the lack of a tradition of natural law and the idea of equality in Chinese society.
Folklore: the Value for Studies of Women in History and UsagesOctober 10, 2013Folk literature about women in the rich content, to show diversity, folk and the fresh characteristic.
The Lack and Correction of Parental Care for Girls Who Stay Behind in the CountrysideOctober 10, 2013This paper examines the phenomenon where parents who migrated to other areas while leaving their daughters behind in the countryside have likely disregarded their responsibilities to safeguard these girls' rights.
Gender Statistics and Its Use in the Promotion of Government Service FunctionsOctober 10, 2013Gender statistics has become a tool for transformation and has demonstrated potential to be an essential technical element in the transformation of government functions.
Recognizing a Private Space that Can Store DignitySeptember 5, 2013To move "dignity" away from its ideological existence into everyday life in accordance with Ludwig Wittgenstein's philosophy of language, that expression can only be or must be an evaluation of self worth and respect.
The Characteristics and Cultivation of Harmonious Gender RelationsSeptember 5, 2013The harmony of human relations is conducive to social harmony. But the harmonious relationship between the sexes plays a decisive role in constructing a harmonious society.
Localization of Women's Health Research in China in the Past 20 YearsSeptember 3, 2013Women's health research in Mainland China in the past 20 years has undergone transition from entirely accepting western feminism to combining it with Chinese conditions through reflection, critics and construction.
The Gender Differences in Final Year Undergraduates' Salary Expectations: A Perspective of Gender Role SocializationSeptember 3, 2013This study adopts a mixed methods sequential explanatory design to address the gender differences in final year undergraduates' salary expectations, sampling a university in Central China.