The Body's Deconstruction and Reconstruction: On Judith Butler's Bodies That MatterSeptember 3, 2013In Bodies that Matter, Judith Butler examed the material dimensions of the construction of "sex" and "body", which continued the topic of performative theory in the last book Gender Trouble.
About the 2011 "White Paper on Gender Equality" of JapanAugust 9, 2013In June 2011, the Japanese government published the latest "White Paper on Gender Equality".
Women Experience and Narrative Genre — Gladys Reichard's Navajo ResearchAugust 9, 2013Narrative genre of ethnography represents the researcher's subjective, emotional experience in fieldwork, which could lead to the development of an authority on the object.
A Tactical Translation of "Fidelity": On Bali Chahuanv Yishi's New Interpretation of Chastity in Late QingAugust 7, 2013"Bali Chahuanv Yishi" is one of the most influential translated fictions in modern China.
Women's Contribution to Agricultural Production in the Central Soviet Base AreasAugust 7, 2013This paper examines the background for, and policies and strategies that were adopted for promoting women's participation in agricultural production in the Central Soviet Base Areas and argues that women's consciousness risen through self liberation was fully expressed through such participation.
Women's Textile Movement during the Anti-Japanese War: The Case of Wuxiang County in ShanxiAugust 7, 2013Women of Wuxiang answered a call to the liberation soldiers and civilians of production for salvation and carried out a vigorous textile movement to help overcome economic difficulties due to enemy's military invasions
Women in Folklore In and Outside of ChinaJuly 12, 2013"Studies of women in folklore" are not in the mainstream of folkloristics, which has touched upon "sources of female folk culture" and "feminist folklore critics". Chinese scholars have paid attention to women from the inception of folklore. Such attention, however, yielded results that are scattered but relatively dependent.
Implications of Convention concerning Decent Work for Domestic Workers for Chinese LegislationJuly 12, 2013The author discusses the fundamental principles and consultative legislative mechanisms of the 2011 Convention Concerning Decent Work for Domestic Workers and undertakes gender audit of the related Chinese laws.
Rights Denied or Given: Changes in Women's Status in the FamilyJuly 10, 2013This paper analyses inner tensions of the relationship between mothers-in-law and daughters-in-law in different eras among three generations of six pairs of mothers-in-law and daughters-in-law in the T town of Hubei.
Understanding the Complexity of Family Patriarchy in a Traditional Chinese Society —A Marital Life-Course PerspectiveJuly 10, 2013Grounded in the patrilineal family system in pre-socialist China, this study explores the intersection between generation-and gender dimensions of family patriarchy in influencing marital power relations.
Dilemma in the Election of Female County Governors from the Perspective of its Transactional CostsJuly 10, 2013To promote more women to be elected, we must demand changes in the mandatory-system.
A Review of Chinese Studies on Female Employees' Work-Family ConflictJune 9, 2013The studies of work-family conflict are popular in the field of human resource management, which include both research on interference of work in family relations and interference of family in work situations.
Realizing Work-Life Balance for Career Women from the Perspective of Leadership DevelopmentJune 9, 2013At the beginning of career women's appearance, they had to face the conflicts of their family roles and social roles. In the age of knowledge economy, gender difference in physical strength has less and less impact on vocational choice and development.
Women, Environment and Development: Vandana Shiva's Eco-Feminism and Its CritiqueJune 8, 2013There are three aspects in the relationships of women, the environment and development: the relation between women and the environment; the impacts of development on women and environment; and the path to achieve together women's liberation, environmental protection and sustainable development.
Whose Environment? Whose Development? Eco-feminist Concerns and ChallengesJune 8, 2013Ecological crisis, feminization of poverty and ethnic suppression climaxing in the late 20th century were results of industrial capitalism dominated by patriarchal systems.