Key words: higher education, gender differences, high-potential female talent, cultivation of female talent
Abstract: Female college students are important resources of high-level female human capital. While more and more female students enter college, gender differences in higher education remain an important concern. This paper introduces the criticism of western feminists toward traditional theories of human development, and examines leading western researches on gender differences in higher education and identifies their possible influence in China. It is hoped that our educational system that has been concerned with the cultivation of high-potential female talents could learn from the western experiences.
(Source: Collection of Women's Studies)
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