Guide to Women's Studies in China

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Selected Bibliography
An Shufen and Geng Shuzhen, eds. 1995. Zhongguo funü jiaoyu ziliao xuanbian (Selected materials on Chinese women's education). Beijing: Zhongguo funü chubanshe. #451
Anonymous. 1970. "Study of young prostitutes in Hong Kong. Chinese Quarterly" 33:20-26. #149
Ao Hengyu. 1982. Nüxing jiuye zhuangkuang: Yazhou sixiaolong zhi bijiao" (The situation of women' employment: A comparison of Asia's "Four Little Dragons"). Hong Kong Journal of Management 11:71-83. #150
Ao Hengyu. 1990. Gaodeng jiaoyu yu xingbie pingdeng: Xianggang de qingkuang" (Higher education and gender equality: The situation in Hong Kong). Xianggang Zhongwen daxue jiaoyu xuebao 18 ( 2) :107-113. #151
Bao Jialin (Pao Chia-lin). 1972. "Li Ruzhen de nannü pingdeng sixiang (Li Ruzhen's ideas on gender equality)." Shihuo yuekan fukan 1 (12). Author is a historian. #38
Bao Jialin ( Pao Chia-lin). 1981. Qiu Jin yu Qingmo funü yundong" (Qiu Jin and the women's movement in the late Qing period). Pp. 242-276 in Zhongguo funü shi lunwenji (Collected essays on Chinese women's history); edited by Li Youning and Zhang Yufa. Taipei: Taiwan shangwu yinshuguan. Author is a historian. #39
Bao Jialin ( Pao Chia-lin), ed. 1991-93. Zhongguo funü shi lunji, xuji, sanji (Collected essays on Chinese women's history, vols. 1-3) 3 vols. Taipei: Mutong. Collected reprints of classic essays on the history of Chinese women. Volume 1 first appeared in 1979. Only selected articles are separately listed in this bibliography. #40
Bao Xiaolan, ed. 1995. Xifang nüxing zhuyi yanjiu pingjie (Introduction and comments on Western feminist research). N.p.: Shenghuo, Dushu, Xinzhi sanlian shudian. #392

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