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    Title: 後共中亞婦女地位之研究
    A study of women's status in post-soviet central asia
    Authors: 賴祐平
    Lai, Yu Ping
    Contributors: 林永芳
    Lin, Yung Fang
    Lai, Yu Ping
    Keywords: 中亞婦女
    Central asian women
    Emancipation of central asian women
    Re-emergence of traditionalism
    Date: 2017
    Issue Date: 2017-09-13 15:32:45 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本文運用結合資本主義和父權制的雙系統理論探究中亞婦女地位之現況。文中首先以歷史脈絡回顧中亞婦女地位,探討從蘇聯統治前到後共時期婦女地位之轉變。第二部份則接續探討下列問題:





    By applying the dual-system theory, combining capitalism and patriarchy, this study aims to explore women’s status in post-Soviet Central Asia. The first section of the study focuses on the historical context of Central Asian women’s status, starting from pre-Soviet to post-Soviet period. The second section discusses the following research questions:

    How did the female emancipation in Central Asia, which was undertaken by the soviet government, affect Central Asian women’s status?

    Since the dissolution of the Soviet Union, have the governments of the five Central Asian countries held the same attitude toward women as the soviet government?

    After the five Central Asian countries became independent, did the transition economy affect women’s status?

    What is Central Asian women’s status in the post-Soviet period?

    After the breakup of the Soviet Union, Central Asian countries have faced the dilemma of transition economy and re-emergence of Traditionalism. Furthermore, patriarchy is deeply rooted in Central Asian society. The new governors consolidate their power and process State-building via the traditional and Islamic practices and customs, which forces Central Asian women into limited traditional gender roles.
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    (二) 學位論文

    二、 英文部分
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    三、 俄文部分
    (一) 專書、專書篇章
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    Правда. (15 February, 1956).

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    Data Type: thesis
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