List of tables
|Table 2.1 Percentages of total number of male and
female workers employed in primary, secondary
and tertiary industries, 1970-90||21|
|Table 2.2 Occupational structure ||22|
|Table 2.3 Female students as percentage of enrolment
by level and stream of education, 1970-90||25|
|Table 11.1 Educational attainment of population
aged 6 and over ||233|
|Table 11.2 Students of colleges in National Taiwan
University by sex, 1997||234|
|Table 11.3 Industry of employed persons in Taiwan
area by sex ||236|
|Table 11.4 Labour force participation rates in Taiwan
by sex ||237|
|Table 14.1 Women in government national level ||297|
|Table 14.2 Women in government provincial level ||297|
|Table 14.3 Women in government district level ||297|
|Table 14.4 Women in government local level ||297|
|Table 14.5 Women in state leadership positions ||298|
|Table 14.6 Women in Communist Party positions
at the national, provincial and local levels ||299|
|Table 14.7 Widowed males and females by age cohort
|Table 14.8 School attendance by sex for children
age 10 and above in 1989||312|
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Book title: Women in Asia:Tradition, Modernity and Globalisation.
Contributors: Louise Edwards - Author, Mina Roces - Author.
Publisher: Allen & Unwin.
Place of publication: St. Leonards, N.S.W..
Publication year: 2000.
Page number: Not available.
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