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《Northeast Asia Forum》 2010-06
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Female Participation in Government and Political Affairs in Korea and China:Influence on Social Development

〔Korea〕HA Young-ae(Department of General Education,Kyung Hee University,Seoul,Korea)  
Female participation in government and political affairs refers to the improvement of political awareness,social awareness,history awareness,and fostering female political leaders and exercising their right to participate actively in parliament and administrative branches.After the Fourth World Conference on Women,political participation of both Korean and Chinese women were improved differently.Although the member of female representatives in Korean and Chinese parliament has been increased,there are still some problems.Especially there are few female in core leader group.In order to change this phenomenon,the political status of female should be raised from the perspective of law,education,and cultural communication.
【CateGory Index】: C913.68
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