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Career Development Among Chinese Women
An analysis of the relationship between culture and occupation among Chinese women working in the banking industry in New Zealand.
# 92192 | 20,420 words | 22 sources | APA | 2007 | US


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This study attempts to investigate career development among Chinese women in the banking sector in New Zealand. It discusses career, not only in terms of the relationship between the organization and occupation, but it also looks beyond to factors such as family and religion. The paper then discusses how culture and religion influence an individual in the way they dress and eat as well as many other customs.

Table of Contents:
Abstract
Chapter 1
Introduction
Chapter 2 - Women and Career Development
Career Theories
Career Planning
Differences Between Men & Women In Career Development
Barriers for Women
Career Development For Non-White Women
Chapter 3 - Minority Women in Careers
African-American Women as Minority
Remuneration Issues for Minority Women
Bi-culturalism
Family and Education Issues
Immigrants in Workforce
Chapter 4 - Chinese Women
Chinese Women In History
First Generation Chinese
Second Generation Chinese
Chinese in New Zealand - Current Situation
Chapter 5 - Banking Industry
Climate in the Banking Industry
Barriers for Women
Current Situation for Women in Banking
Chapter 6 - New Zealand Labor Market
Employment in New Zealand
The Effects of Immigrants
Women in the Labor Force
Other Issues
Chapter 7 - Methodology
Qualitative Research
Face To Face Interview
Participants
Sampling
Reason For Choice Of Method
Advantages and Limitations
Data Analysis
Chapter 8 - Findings
Education
The Predicaments Of Chinese Women In The Banking Industry In New Zealand
Glass Ceiling for Chinese Women
Negative Social Stereotyping
Issues In Future Career Development
Chapter 9 - Conclusion

From the Paper:

"The changes in the immigration policy of New Zealand are serving as tools to increase the country's human capital which is necessary for the nation's economic growth and development (Trlin & Henderson, 2000). However, with the increase in New Zealand's number of participants in the labour market, issues regarding the immigration policies have surfaced. Among the problems that trigger issues on immigration policy are the apparent rate of unemployment among the nation's locals as well as the unemployment of some migrants."

Sample of Sources Used:

  • ABN AMRO Bank, ANZ National Bank Ltd, ASB Bank Ltd, Bank of New Zealand, Citibank, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Deutsche Bank, Kiwibank Limited, Kookmin Bank, St George Bank New Zealand Limited, Rabobank, The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ Limited, The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited, TSB Bank Limited and Westpac Banking Corporation (Reserve Bank of New Zealand, 2006)
  • Alice M. T. Aye and Bernard Guerin. (2001). "Astronaut Families: A Review of Their Characteristics, Impact on Families and Implications for Practice in New Zealand." New Zealand Journal of Psychology, 30(1), 9.
  • Aye and Guerin (2001), p. 9.
  • Bough & Kelling, 2002.
  • Census 2001, Statistics New Zealand, 2006

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