Guide to Women's Studies Centers and Special Projects in the People's Republic of China
Many of the following addresses and phone numbers are drawn from the list edited by Zhang Yanxia, Information and Data Center, Women's Studies Institute of China ( Women's Studies Institute of China, A Collection of Theses on "Women's Studies in China" [Huairou, Beijing: Women's Studies Institute of China, 1995 ], pp. 86-106).
Committee on Chinese Women's Health and Development (Zhongguo funü jiankang yu fazhan zhuanye weiyuanhui)
Organizer: Liu Bohong
Women's Studies Institute of the All-China Women's Federation (Zhonghua quanguo funü lianhehui funü yanjiusuo)
Address: Women's Studies Institute of the All-China Women's Federation, 15 Jianguomennei dajie, Beijing 100730.
The institute was established in 1991 and now has more than twenty researchers in three departments: theoretical research on women, the history of the women's movement, and policies on women. The deputy director, in charge of institute operations, is Tao Chunfang. Liu Bohong is the director of the department of theoretical research. The institute has two long-term projects: a recently completed survey of Chinese women's status, covering
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Publication information: Book title: Guide to Women's Studies in China. Contributors: Gail Hershatter - Editor, Emily Honig - Editor, Susan Mann - Editor, Lisa Rofel - Editor. Publisher: Institute of East Asian Studies, University of California. Place of publication: Berkeley, CA. Publication year: 1998. Page number: 44.
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