By Wei-hsin Yu
Drawing on ancient traits, survey facts, and private interviews with humans in either nations, Yu exhibits how country-specific organizational preparations and business regulations impact women's employment. particularly, the stipulations confronted by way of eastern and Taiwanese ladies within the place of work have a profound impression on their hard work strength participation at serious issues of their lives. Women's lifetime employment judgements in flip form the divergent trajectories in gender equality.
Few stories documenting the improvement of women's monetary lives are according to non-Western societies or even fewer undertake a comparative point of view. This perceptive paintings demonstrates and underscores the significance of knowing gender inequality as a long term, dynamic social process.
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Gendered Trajectories: Women, Work, and Social Change in Japan and Taiwan (Studies in Social Inequality) by Wei-hsin Yu