by Centre for Hong Kong Studies, Chinese University of Hong Kong in Shatin, New Territories .
Written in English
|Statement||compiled by Fanny M. Cheung ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Cheung, Fanny M., Chinese University of Hong Kong.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 40 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||40|
Abstracts and indexes to the journals and books on education, employment, family and community, medicine and health, sex and gender role socialization, social policy, social psychology, cutlure, media, biography, literary criticism and historical : Doris Chan. Gender and Change in Hong Kong - Globalization, Postcolonialism, and Chinese Patriarchy. Stewart Resources Centre Gender Equity and Gender Issues: A Bibliography of Resources 5 C Laker, Jason A. (Ed.) Canadian perspectives on men & masculinities: an interdisciplinary reader Don Mills, ON: Oxford University Press, Summary: This book is a comprehensive introduction to the histories, themes, and issues that. Beginning at its inception in , the Office of the Gender and Women’s Studies Librarian has curated this series of bibliographies. The bibliographies have been prepared by librarians, women’s studies faculty members, graduate students in library and information studies, staff members of the Gender and Women’s Studies Librarian’s Office, and others.
Gender studies developed alongside and emerged out of Women’s Studies, which consolidated as an academic field of inquiry in the s. Wiegman tracks some of the anxieties that emerged with the shift from women’s to gender studies, such as concerns it would decenter women and erase the feminist activism that gave rise to the field. The Most Comprehensive Western-language Resource for Research on Asia. The Bibliography of Asian Studies (BAS) is intended for students and scholars interested in any aspect, discipline or sub-region of Asia. Through its extensive bibliographical coverage, it is an excellent means for discovering citations and the full-text of Western-language journal articles, review articles, conference. The goal of Introduction to Gender Studies is encapsulated in the title: to introduce students to the complex interdisciplinary field that is gender studies today. At Whitman, the Gender Studies program brings together women’s and feminist studies, men’s and masculinity studies, studies of gender itself, and LGBT/Queer studies. This article seeks to investigate whether the improvement of the status of women in Hong Kong in recent decades, effected through various efforts to promote the values of equal opportunity concepts, is reflected in patterns of gender representation in primary school textbooks used in Hong Kong. A comparison of a popular series of primary school English-language textbooks that was published in.
The first bilingual and interdisciplinary academic journal on Hong Kong, Hong Kong Studies (Chinese University Press), is now accepting articles for a special issue, Gender and Sexuality on Hong Kong Screens, curated with Professor Gina Marchetti (HKU) and scheduled for publication in Spring Hong Kong cinema opens up a “pivotal place as a public. This study examines the subjective perceptions of gender inequality at work of Hong Kong people. It analyses a data set collected from a large-scale territory-wide survey of 2, respondents. First, it was found that there are significant gender differences in what constitutes gender inequality as well as the perceived prevalence of gender. Introducing Gender Studies Concentration Joni Gutierrez- "Home for Now: Two Studies on the Hong Kong Lifeworld" Exhibition An extensive range of primary and secondary sources is provided, including full books, selected chapters, and journal articles. In addition, new thematic essays and subject introductions have been commissioned. Research and Knowledge Exchange Areas The Gender Studies Programme Research and Knowledge Exchange Areas represent nodes of intellectual synergy around which students, faculty and the public collaborate to produce new knowledge about gender and sexuality in Hong Kong, China, Asia and the world. Projects include faculty research, speakers sponsored by the Gender Studies.