What is it about?
Studies of Taiwan’s Feminist Discourses and Women’s Movements is a refereed journal article that analyzes and surveys several English-language scholarly works published since the 1990s. While the article primarily focused on the analysis of English-language publications on the topic of feminist discourses and women's movements in Taiwan, it also included several representative Chinese-language publications on the subject. While the article can't include every single important work ever published on this topic, the purpose of this article is to introduce several representative works on Taiwanese feminism and women's movements to an English-speaking readership.
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Why is it important?
This article illustrates the increasing diversity of Taiwanese feminist discourses, women's movements, and scholarly publications within the larger context of Taiwan's transformation from an authoritarian state to a consolidated pluralistic democracy.
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This page is a summary of: Studies of Taiwan’s Feminist Discourses and Women’s Movements, International Journal of Taiwan Studies, February 2018, Brill, DOI: 10.1163/24688800-00101006.
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