A study on Canadian-Chinese young women and their perceptions of equality, based on a previous paper.
# 135983 | 2,500 words | 8 sources | APA | 2007 |
Published on Dec 01, 2007 in Canadian Studies (Gender, Race, Class issues) , Ethnic Studies (General) , Women Studies (General) , Asian Studies (General)
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This paper is a formal proposal for study employing a past pilot paper on Canadian-Chinese young women and matters of occupational choices and expectations and perceptions of equality. The paper points to theoretical biases in literature on employment equity as well as Asian culture stereotyped as restricting women. The paper also discusses the reality of a respected Canadian-Chinese community of self-development over time whose members often do not feel they belong to a minority group.
From the Paper:"Chinese tradition can be stereotyped as repressing women in relation to men with girls raised to assume household and family duties as compared to over-valued boys, a set of notions that is annoying for those knowing the Canadian Chinese community. The proposed study is based in earlier work addressing 5 young women of Chinese heritage in Toronto who were born in Canada or arrived in childhood who reported a relative absence of minority sentiment despite much literature on disadvantages faced by..."
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