Original work 台灣女性史入門
Editor 台湾女性史入門編纂委員会
Publisher 人文書院
Publication year 2008
   Page 255
Language Japanese
ISBN/ISSN 978-4-409-51061-2
  • Abstract
  • Content

During the Japanese colonial era, Taiwan and Japan were closely related to each other in political, economic and cultural aspects. For thousands of years, women have been struggling to overcome difficulties they encountered in order to get rid of typical gender position establishment. This book not only shows the results and explanations of the research from Taiwanese professional researchers, but also includes literature review, chronology and index. After the lifting of martial law in 1987, Pro-democracy movements and the feminist movements began to grow. At the same time, the development of women's history gradually rose. This book can be divided in nine different topics such as marriage, family, education, labor, physical body, literary, politics, religious beliefs and aborigines.

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