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  • The Global ETD Search service is a free service for researchers to find electronic theses and dissertations. This service is provided by the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations.
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從改良到激進: 民國時期《女青年》中有關女性的論述及其變更(1916-1937年). / From moderate to radical: the change in the discourse on women issues in Nuqingnian (1916-1937) / 民國時期女青年中有關女性的論述及其變更(1916-1937年) / Cong gai liang dao ji jin: Minguo shi qi "Nü qing nian" zhong you guan nü xing de lun shu ji qi bian geng (1916-1937 nian). / Minguo shi qi Nü qing nian zhong you guan nü xing de lun shu ji qi bian geng (1916-1937 nian)

January 2010 (has links)
葉嘉茵. / "2010年8月". / "2010 nian 8 yue". / Thesis (M.Phil.)--Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2010. / Includes bibliographical references (leaves 123-128). / Abstract in Chinese and English. / Ye Jiayin. / Chapter 第一章 --- 前言 --- p.1 / Chapter 第二章 --- 一九一六至一九二五年:機關報時期 --- p.8 / Chapter 第一節 --- 編輯與出版 --- p.10 / Chapter 第二節 --- 讀者與銷量 --- p.17 / Chapter 第三節 --- 宗旨與內容 --- p.21 / Chapter 第四節 --- 小結 --- p.27 / Chapter 第三章 --- 一九二六至一九二三年:改良時期 --- p.30 / Chapter 第一節 --- 改良時期的《女青年》發展概況 --- p.30 / Chapter 第二節 --- 改良派的婦女解放論述 --- p.46 / Chapter 第四章 --- 一九三二至一九三七年:激進時期 --- p.73 / Chapter 第一節 --- 激進時期的《女青年》發展概況 --- p.73 / Chapter 第二節 --- 激進派的婦女解放論述 --- p.90 / Chapter 第五章 --- 結論 --- p.116 / Chapter 第一節 --- 《女青年》的出版和發展 --- p.116 / Chapter 第二節 --- 婦女解放論述的變更 --- p.118 / 參考書目 --- p.123
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New feminism in China : a qualitative study of fourteen middleclass young Chinese women in a key staterun university in Shanghai

Zheng, Jiaran Betty January 2012 (has links)
No description available.
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Gender discourses and female subjectivities in 1949-1966 Chinesewomen's writings

Liu, Xi, 刘希 January 2013 (has links)
This study provides a critical inquiry into the textual (self-)representations of Chinese females’ perception and experience of “women’s liberation” in 1949-1966 Chinese women’s autobiographical and fictional writings. Through historical and textual analyses, it looks into Chinese women’s multiple textual/discursive practices and their subjectivities constituted in the process. These narrative practices are treated as salient sites of women’s struggle for self-understanding, self-liberating as well as self-inventing in their own specific social and cultural conditions. The study aims to disclose the complexity of the discursive field centering on the topic of socialist women’s liberation and the dynamic interplay between different female authors and the socialist political/gender discourses within 1949-1966 socialist cultural public sphere. The thesis first examines the autobiographical, first-person female narratives appeared on three Fulian(Women’s Federation)–sponsored national and local women’s magazines: Women of China (中国妇女), Beijing Women (北京妇女), and Modern Women (现代妇女). It probes into how female narrators, from different social backgrounds, understand and restructure in their writings their past and present lives in terms of (public) labor, female freedom and new social identification. Secondly, the thesis investigates fictions and plays by female writers, which provide historically-specific gendered perspectives to the issue of “women’s liberation” as well as women’s position in and their relationship with socialism. It explores women’s perception of public and domestic labor, their formation of collective identities in the process of socialist construction, their gender struggle with and contestation to the persistent ideology of patriarchy in the new social order, all of which are revealed in their literary practices. This thesis argues that in these different sorts of writings, the representations of experience of “women’s liberation” are intimately related, but not identical, to the state-sanctioned conceptual and discursive framework. Socialist political and gender discourses actually exert unpredictable, diffuse, locally and individually contingent effects on Chinese women who actively engage in different forms of writing. The self-perception and self-fashioning represented in these women’s cultural practices are enabled by, but may also go beyond, the revolutionary language or state-inflected discourses, indicating more complicated and specific meanings of Chinese socialist ideologies and practices for individual women. Different writers choose or abandon, appropriate or dis-employ, embrace or interrogate, be close to or keep at a distance certain socialist political and gender discourses, in order to forge and interpret women’s experience from their own specific contexts. They may be empowered by the revolutionary discourses and rhetoric, yet they do not identify themselves as mere passive beneficiaries of the socialist regime, but as active agents in their self-liberation and self-transformation. It is in this process that their different subjectivities are constituted, their agency created and asserted. / published_or_final_version / Comparative Literature / Doctoral / Doctor of Philosophy
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Women's movement in Tianjin during the May Fourth Era=

葉翠蓮, Yip, Chui-lin. January 2005 (has links)
published_or_final_version / abstract / Chinese Historical Studies / Master / Master of Arts
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State feminism in Hong Kong: implications on women's movement agenda.

January 2004 (has links)
So Ka Lok Carol. / Thesis (M.Phil.)--Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2004. / Includes bibliographical references (leaves 189-200). / Abstracts in English and Chinese. / Chapter Chapter 1 --- Introduction / Chapter 1.1 --- Research Background --- p.1 / Chapter 1.2 --- Research Puzzle --- p.4 / Chapter 1.3 --- Research Questions and Major Thesis --- p.6 / Chapter 1.4 --- Layout of the Thesis --- p.8 / Chapter Chapter 2 --- Literature Review and Analytical Framework / Chapter 2.1 --- Introduction --- p.12 / Chapter 2.2 --- State Feminism and the Stetson and Mazur Model --- p.12 / Chapter 2.3 --- The Macro Movement Dynamics: Political Opportunities Structure --- p.25 / Chapter 2.4 --- The Micro Movement Dynamics: Framing Political Opportunities --- p.33 / Chapter 2.5 --- Analytical Framework --- p.37 / Chapter 2.6 --- Methodological Orientations --- p.44 / Chapter Chapter 3 --- Women's Policy Machineries in Hong Kong: A Historical and Structural Overview / Chapter 3.1 --- Introduction --- p.51 / Chapter 3.2 --- Paving the Road --- p.51 / Chapter 3.3 --- "The Equal Opportunities Commission: The ""Equality"" Project" --- p.55 / Chapter 3.3.1 --- Appointment of Members: The Critical but Mysterious Process --- p.57 / Chapter 3.3.2 --- EOC as Characterized by Investigation and Conciliation --- p.59 / Chapter 3.4 --- Women's Commission: The Umbrella Organization --- p.60 / Chapter 3.4.1 --- Actions of WoC --- p.62 / Chapter 3.4.2 --- Appointment of WoC Members --- p.63 / Chapter 3.4.3 --- The Structure of WoC: Following the International Pace? --- p.64 / Chapter 3.4.4 --- Relationship Between EOC and WoC --- p.66 / Chapter Chapter 4 --- Struggling for a Seat: Participation in the Political Arena / Chapter 4.1 --- Introduction --- p.69 / Chapter 4.2 --- Gaining an Entrance --- p.70 / Chapter 4.2.1 --- The Significance of Gaining an Entrance --- p.79 / Chapter 4.2.2 --- Obstacles in Entering the System --- p.81 / Chapter 4.3 --- Collaborations and Participations with the System --- p.89 / Chapter Chapter 5 --- Gender Mainstreaming: the Decision Making Process / Chapter 5.1 --- Introduction --- p.100 / Chapter 5.2 --- Defining the Equal Opportunities Agenda --- p.101 / Chapter 5.2.1 --- "The Legalistic Role: ""Three Ordinances Commission""?" --- p.102 / Chapter 5.2.2 --- Equal Opportunities as the Balancing of Interests among Different Parties --- p.104 / Chapter 5.2.3 --- Conciliation and the Role of the EOC --- p.106 / Chapter 5.2.4 --- Structural Barriers in the Equal Opportunities Agenda --- p.113 / Chapter 5.3 --- Defining the Gender Mainstreaming Agenda --- p.115 / Chapter 5.3.1 --- The Conception of Gender Mainstreaming and the Role of the WoC --- p.116 / Chapter 5.3.2 --- Defining Women Issues and Empowerment: The Capacity Building Mileage Programme --- p.123 / Chapter 5.4 --- The Equality Stool and the Gender Mainstreaming Agenda --- p.128 / Chapter 5.5 --- Barriers for Placing Women's Issues on the Political Agenda --- p.133 / Chapter 5.5.1 --- From Women to the Women's Policy Machineries --- p.134 / Chapter 5.5.2 --- From the Central Mechanism to the Government Political Agenda --- p.139 / Chapter Chapter 6 --- Towards a New Women's Movement Agenda / Chapter 6.1 --- Introduction --- p.144 / Chapter 6.2 --- State Feminism and the Institutionalization of Women's Movement --- p.145 / Chapter 6.3 --- Entering the Institution: an Inevitable Dilemma --- p.148 / Chapter 6.4 --- The Third Face of Power: The Underlying Thesis --- p.159 / Chapter 6.5 --- Political Opportunities under the State-feminization --- p.161 / Chapter 6.5.1 --- Political Opportunities and the Transformation of Movement Agenda --- p.161 / Chapter 6.5.2 --- Recapturing the Political Opportunities: the Empowerment Process --- p.163 / Chapter Chapter 7 --- Conclusion: Towards a Diversified Conception of State Feminism and Feminist Movement Politics --- p.171 / Appendices / Appendix I Interview Questions --- p.183 / Appendix II Details of the Interviewees --- p.185 / Appendix III Mission of EOC and WoC --- p.187 / Appendix IV SDO Chapter 480 Section63 --- p.188 / Bibliography --- p.189
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A study of the rights of self-determination in marriage of Chinese women and their position in the family from the late Ch'ingto the May Fourth period

Ngan, Yi-wan, Prinnie., 顔綺雲. January 1985 (has links)
published_or_final_version / Chinese Historical Studies / Master / Master of Arts
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女性主義: 外展社會工作的探索硏究. / 外展社會工作的探索硏究 / Nü xing zhu yi: wai zhan she hui gong zuo de tan suo yan jiu. / Wai zhan she hui gong zuo de tan suo yan jiu

January 2000 (has links)
鄭德華. / "2000年9月" / 論文 (哲學碩士)--香港中文大學, 2000. / 參考文獻 (leaves 90-98) / 附中英文摘要. / "2000 nian 9 yue" / Zheng Dehua. / Lun wen (zhe xue shuo shi)--Xianggang Zhong wen da xue, 2000. / Can kao wen xian (leaves 90-98) / Fu Zhong Ying wen zhai yao. / 摘要 --- p.I / Asbract --- p.II / 鳴謝 --- p.IV / 目錄 --- p.V / 圖表目次 --- p.VIII / Chapter 第一章 --- 前言 --- p.1 / Chapter 第一節 --- 香港兩性平等的現況 --- p.1 / Chapter 第二節 --- 女性主義社會工作的困局 --- p.4 / Chapter 第三節 --- 外展社會工作可能存在的「性別肓盲」 --- p.7 / Chapter 第二章 --- 文獻探討 --- p.9 / Chapter 第一節 --- 女性主義的歷史與理論簡介 --- p.9 / Chapter 第二節 --- 越軌行爲理論的批判(從女性主義的論述觀點出發) --- p.19 / Chapter 第三章 --- 分析架構 --- p.32 / Chapter 第一節 --- 分析架構 --- p.32 / Chapter 第二節 --- 傳統外展社會工作模式和女性主義外展社會工作模式之分別 --- p.35 / Chapter 第三節 --- 槪念界定 --- p.42 / Chapter 第四章 --- 硏究方法 --- p.45 / Chapter 第一節 --- 硏究目的 --- p.45 / Chapter 第二節 --- 硏究模式的取向 --- p.45 / Chapter 第三節 --- 硏究對象 --- p.48 / Chapter 第四節 --- 硏究和抽樣方法 --- p.48 / Chapter 第五節 --- 資料的登錄方式 --- p.50 / Chapter 第六節 --- 硏究程序 --- p.51 / Chapter 第五章 --- 硏究結果 --- p.52 / Chapter 第一節 --- 被訪者基本資料 --- p.52 / Chapter 第二節 --- 個案描述 --- p.54 / Chapter 第六章 --- 硏究結果之分析與結論 --- p.68 / Chapter 第一節 --- 結果分析 --- p.68 / Chapter 第二節 --- 性別偏見/歧視的介入方法 --- p.75 / Chapter 第三節 --- 發展女性主義外展社會工作的可能性 --- p.81 / Chapter 第七章 --- 建議 --- p.83 / Chapter 第一節 --- 外展社會工作的建議 --- p.83 / Chapter 第二節 --- 硏究限制 --- p.87 / Chapter 第三節 --- 再硏究方向上的建議 --- p.89 / 參考書目 --- p.90 / 附錄(一) --- p.99 / 附錄(二) --- p.101 / 附錄(三) --- p.103
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Negotiating fragmented women's news: state, market and feminism in China since 1990s. / CUHK electronic theses & dissertations collection / Digital dissertation consortium

January 2004 (has links)
Chen Yang. / "August 2004." / Thesis (Ph.D.)--Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2004. / Includes bibliographical references (p. 359-378). / Electronic reproduction. Hong Kong : Chinese University of Hong Kong, [2012] System requirements: Adobe Acrobat Reader. Available via World Wide Web. / Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, MI : ProQuest Information and Learning Company, [200-] System requirements: Adobe Acrobat Reader. Available via World Wide Web. / Mode of access: World Wide Web. / Abstracts in English and Chinese.
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The emergence and development of the feminist movement in Hong Kong from the mid-1980s to the mid-1990s.

January 1997 (has links)
Yuk-lin Lui. / Thesis (M.Phil.)--Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1997. / Includes bibliographical references (leaves 1-7 (last gp.)). / Chapter Chapter 1 --- Introduction / Scope and purpose --- p.1 / Literature Review --- p.3 / Chapter (A) --- Major Approaches In Social Movements --- p.3 / Chapter [1] --- The Resources Mobilization Framework --- p.3 / Chapter [2] --- The political process Model --- p.5 / Chapter -- --- Structure of political Opportunities --- p.5 / Chapter -- --- Organizational Strength --- p.6 / Chapter -- --- Cognitive Liberation --- p.6 / Chapter -- --- Social Control Response to A Movement --- p.7 / Chapter [3] --- The New Social Movement School --- p.9 / Chapter (B) --- The Study of the Feminist Movement in Hong Kong --- p.13 / Methodology --- p.15 / Outline of the Thesis --- p.20 / Chapter Chapter 2 --- The Women's Movement in Hong Kong: A Historical Review / The Women's Movement in Hong Kong: / The Transformation of Women's Collective Identity --- p.1 / The First-wave Women's Movement --- p.7 / Chapter [1] --- The Actors --- p.7 / Chapter [2] --- The Approaches of the Actors --- p.9 / The Second-wave Women's Movement --- p.10 / Chapter [1] --- The proliferation of Women's Concern Groups and the Construction of a New Gender Discourse in the 1980s --- p.10 / Chapter [2] --- The New Wave Movement and Feminism --- p.12 / Chapter [3] --- "Diversification,politicization, Cooperation, and popularization" --- p.16 / Chapter [4] --- The Weak Ideological Orientation of the Movement --- p.18 / Conclusion --- p.20 / Chapter Chapter 3 --- The Awakening --Explaining the Movement in the1980s / Socio-economic Development --- p.1 / Structure of political Opportunities --- p.4 / Chapter [1] --- Government Stance on Women's Issues --- p.5 / Chapter [2] --- The Issue of 1997 --- p.6 / Organizational Strength --- p.9 / Cognitive Liberation --- p.12 / Conclusion --- p.15 / Chapter Chapter 4 --- The Golden Era -- Explaining the Movement in the Early1990s / Socio-economic Development --- p.1 / Structure of political Opportunities --- p.4 / Chapter [1] --- "Direct Elections,party politics, and Women's Issues" --- p.4 / Chapter (a) --- Direct Elections and Women as an Influential Voting Bloc --- p.4 / Chapter (b) --- Theriority Setting of political parties on Women's Issues --- p.9 / Chapter (c) --- The Feminist Consciousness of politicians --- p.11 / Chapter [2] --- Influences of Chinese Government on political Opportunities --- p.13 / Organizational Strength --- p.14 / Chapter [1] --- Declining role of the HKCW --- p.15 / Chapter [2] --- Organizational resources of indigenous feminist groups --- p.16 / Chapter (a) --- Lack of active members and impact of class --- p.16 / Chapter (b) --- Continuous precedence of advocacy over direct organization of grassroots women --- p.17 / Chapter (c) --- Forming coalitions --- p.18 / Chapter (d) --- Reformulation of strategies --- p.20 / Chapter (e) --- Greater grassroots participation --- p.20 / Cognitive Liberation --- p.21 / Social Control Response to the Movement --- p.26 / Limited Achievements in the Early 1990s --- p.35 / Chapter [1] --- Enactment of the SDO --- p.36 / Chapter [2] --- Defeat of the EOB --- p.38 / Conclusion --- p.40 / Chapter Chapter 5 --- Further Development Or Decline? / Socio-economic Development --- p.1 / Chapter [1] --- Employment prospects of the middle class women --- p.1 / Chapter [2] --- Employment prospects of the working class women --- p.4 / Structure of political Opportunities --- p.5 / Organizational Strength --- p.9 / Cognitive Liberation --- p.12 / Chapter [1] --- Consciousness-raising of the middle class women --- p.12 / Chapter [2] --- Consciousness-raising of the working class women --- p.13 / Chapter [3] --- Difficulties encountered in both classes --- p.13 / Social Control Response to the Movement --- p.14 / Conclusion --- p.14 / Tables and Figure / Chapter Table 1 --- Details of Interviewees in the Thesis --- p.Chapter 1 /p.17 / Chapter Table 2 --- Women's Concern Groups and Feminist Groups in Hong Kong --- p.Chapter 2 /p.4 / Chapter Table 3 --- Activities Undertaken by Women's Concern Groups and Feminist Groups --- p.Chapter 2 /p.5 / Chapter Table 4 --- Women's Concern Groups in the First-wave Women's Movement and Their Feminist positions --- p.Chapter 2 /p.8 / Chapter Table 5 --- Women's Concern Groups in the Second-wave Women's Movement and Their Feminist positions --- p.Chapter 2 /p.13 / Chapter Table 6 --- Voting Turnout Rates in 1991 District Board Election --- p.Chapter 4/p.6 / Chapter Table 7 --- Voting Turnout Rates in 1991 Urban Council and Regional Council Elections --- p.Chapter 4/p.6 / Chapter Table 8 --- Women's Issues Raised and Discussed in the Legislative Council --- p.Chapter 4 /p.8 / Chapter Table 9 --- rojected Average Annual Employment Growth Rates in Major Industry Groups --- p.Chapter 5 /p.2 / Chapter Figure 1 --- TheP Model of Movement Emergence --- p.Chapter 1/p.8 / Appendix / Chapter Appendix I --- Questionnaire for Feminist Groups and A Women's Group --- p.Appendix /p.1 / Chapter Appendix II --- Contents of the Jointoliticallatform of Women --- p.Appendix /p.5 / Chapter Appendix III --- Contents of the CEDAW --- p.Appendix /p.6 / Chapter Appendix IV --- Composition of the Equal Opportunities Commission --- p.Appendix /p.8 / Chapter Appendix V --- "Voting Records of Legislators on the NTL(E)B, SDB and EOB" --- p.Appendix/p.10 / Chapter (1) --- On NTL(E)B --- p.Appendix /p.10 / Chapter (2) --- On SDB --- p.Appendix /p.12 / Chapter (3) --- On EOB --- p.Appendix /p.14 / Chapter Appendix VI --- "Objectives of the AAF, HKWCC, HKFWC, HKCW, HKWWA, and HKFW" --- p.Appendix/p.16 / Chapter Appendix VII --- Corporate Members of the HKFW --- p.Appendix/p.19 / Chapter Appendix VIII --- Members of the Coalition 1995 --- p.Appendix /p.20 / Bibliography
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香港女性基督徒與女性身份的建構: 李曹秀群在早期婦權運動的參與. / 李曹秀群在早期婦權運動的參與 / Xianggang nü xing Jidu tu yu nü xing shen fen de jian gou: Li Cao Xiuqun zai zao qi fu quan yun dong de can yu. / Li Cao Xiuqun zai zao qi fu quan yun dong de can yu

January 2002 (has links)
陳美玲. / "2002年7月" / 論文 (哲學碩士)--香港中文大學, 2002. / 參考文獻 (leaves 114-122) / 附中英文撮要. / "2002 nian 7 yue" / Chen Meiling. / Lun wen (zhe xue shuo shi)--Xianggang Zhong wen da xue, 2002. / Can kao wen xian (leaves 114-122) / Fu Zhong Ying wen cuo yao. / Chapter 第一章 --- 前言 / Chapter 1.1 --- 引言 --- p.1 / Chapter 1.2 --- 本硏究欲探究的問題和方法 --- p.2 / Chapter 1.3 --- 本文各章提要 --- p.3 / Chapter 1.4 --- 硏究回顧:香港的性別硏究 --- p.5 / 婦女團體與學術機構合作 --- p.9 / 「婦女」與「性別」 --- p.10 / Chapter 第二章 --- 「性別」作爲分析類別一一 Joan Wallach Scott的女性主義歷史理論 / Chapter 2.1 --- 引言 --- p.12 / Chapter 2.2 --- 「婦女史」與「性別史」 --- p.13 / 「女性文化」(women's culture)的貢獻及其局限 --- p.13 / Chapter 2.3 --- Joan W. Scott的性別歷史方法論 --- p.16 / 「性別」:社會關係和區分權力關係的基礎 --- p.20 / Chapter 2.4 --- Joan W. Scott的女性主義歷史理論特色 --- p.22 / Chapter 2.4.1 --- 擴大性別定義,以性別爲硏究主體 --- p.23 / Chapter 2.4.2 --- 槪念性虛假兩極化對立排比的消解 --- p.24 / Chapter 2.4.3 --- 堅持以性別和性別差異爲平等立論的主要基礎 --- p.25 / Chapter 2.5 --- 批評者的詰難 --- p.26 / Chapter 2.5.1 --- 女性主義歷史方法偷換「婦女」爲「性別」,並剝奪 了「性別」作爲歷史分析的獨立性 --- p.27 / Chapter 2.5.2 --- 女性主義歷史方法引進無政治傾向的後現代主義理論 、破壞了女性主義運動的政治效能 --- p.27 / Chapter 2.5.3 --- 後結構主義理論艱深難明,女性主義歷史研究很易 變成學院精英的專利 --- p.28 / Chapter 2.6 --- Joan W. Scott的回應 --- p.29 / Chapter 2.7 --- 結語 --- p.31 / Chapter 第三章 --- 性別作爲分析範疇的生命歷史一一 李曹秀群個案硏究 / Chapter 3.1 --- 引言 --- p.34 / 史料來源 --- p.35 / Chapter 3.2 --- 性別身份的建構過程一一 / 李曹秀群的家庭、教育及工作經驗 --- p.36 / 曹秀群的父親一一重視教育的米業商人 --- p.37 / 父親重視教育 --- p.38 / 教育一一儲蓄「平等」的「本金」 --- p.39 / 曹秀群的原生家庭成長經驗 --- p.39 / 父親欣賞有男子氣槪的女兒 --- p.41 / 上海經驗 --- p.42 / 作爲求學中途站的香港一一教會女子中學經驗 --- p.42 / 升學滬江 --- p.44 / Chapter 3.3 --- 以香港爲家 --- p.46 / 社會關係一一婚姻 --- p.46 / 李樹培家族 --- p.47 / 社會公義:男女平等 --- p.49 / 溫和的政治形象 --- p.50 / Chapter 3.4 --- 結語 --- p.52 / Chapter 第四章 --- 性別政治一一李曹秀群與戰後香港婦權運動 / Chapter 4.1 --- 引言 --- p.54 / Chapter 4.2 --- 戰後香港婦運 --- p.56 / 戰後香港 --- p.56 / 殖民地香港人的身份認同 --- p.57 / 香港文化 --- p.57 / 戰後香港婦運 --- p.58 / Chapter 4.3 --- 女性主義網絡一一 / 作爲李曹秀群後盾力量的婦女團體 --- p.59 / 女性主義群體網絡 --- p.59 / 香港基督教女青年會 --- p.60 / 香港中國婦女會 --- p.64 / 香港婦女協會(Hong Kong Council of Women) --- p.66 / 家庭計劃:女性也可以參與決定子女數目 --- p.68 / Chapter 4.4 --- 立法局內的女性聲音 --- p.70 / 首位女性立法局議員的象徵意義 --- p.70 / 從委員到議員 --- p.73 / 她在局內主力爭取的議題 --- p.73 / 性別角力:婚姻法 --- p.74 / 通過議案:解構舊例所定型的女性角色 --- p.75 / 局內唯一的反對聲音 --- p.77 / 議會文化:女性議題叨陪末座 --- p.79 / Chapter 4.5 --- 結語… --- p.82 / Chapter 第五章 --- 宗教價値與推動婦權運動的信念 / Chapter 5.1 --- 引言 --- p.87 / Chapter 5.2 --- 李曹秀群的宗教生活 --- p.87 / 宗教教育:教會學校生活 --- p.87 / 聖士提反女子中學寄宿生活:服務精神的培育 --- p.88 / 香港的人脈網絡奠基於聖士提反女子中學 --- p.88 / 滬江大學:基督教大學的宗旨及寄宿生活 所受基督教教育的熏陶 --- p.89 / 夫族家庭:第二代基督徒 --- p.92 / 公理堂:公理宗的自由式教會 --- p.93 / 主日講道:「新」婦女四德 --- p.94 / Chapter 5.3 --- 宗教價値觀一一以社會服務見證基督 --- p.97 / 女青年會作爲基督教運動 --- p.98 / 以社會服務行動實踐信仰 --- p.99 / Chapter 5.4 --- 結語 --- p.103 / 意義與委身 --- p.103 / 宗教的影響見諸行動者的世界觀 --- p.104 / Chapter 第六章 --- 結語 / 女性主義與婦女運動 --- p.106 / 李曹秀群對早期香港婦運的貢獻 --- p.108 / 附錄 / 李曹秀群社會服務工作履歷表 --- p.113 / 參考書目 --- p.114

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