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《Journal of Nanjing Normal University(Social Science Edition)》 2011-02
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Left-behind Women's Participation in and Their Influence on Rural Administration:Based on a Survey in Provinces of Jiangsu,Hubei and Gansu

WU Yi-ming  
Since reform and opening-up,with the large-scale emigration of the rural labor force,there has appeared a group of more than fifty million women left behind in rural China.In the countryside,the left-behind women have become an important and main force in production and daily life,and they have also played an active role in self governance and rural public life.In today's rural areas,they are fulfilling a more important function than ever before.In this paper,on the basis of the empirical data from the regions of Jiangsu,Hubei,and Gansu,we explored the actual impact on rural public life made by the left-behind women,hoping to shed light on how to prompt the rural left-behind women to play an active role in rural public affairs.
【CateGory Index】: D442.6
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