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Lingfang Cheng - Saturday Workshop

Changes in Gender Relations in Taiwan: The Case of Family & LGBT

The family is the core unit in Taiwan society. However, it has gone through changes in the last three decades. The talk will focus on the changes in several aspects, such as family values and rituals, ageing parents and younger children, working in China and family in Taiwan, family members of LGBT, and multi-cultural families .   

The workshop will show parts of two films by Li An: "Drinking, Eating, Men AND Women" & "WEDDING BANQUET" as well as some short VCR on youtubes.

10:00 Opening of Workshop

10:15 Ling-Fang Cheng - The Changes of Gender Relations in Family & LGBT

14:00 Student presentations 

1. Attitudes toward Women in Taiwan and China: Current Status, Problems, and Suggestions for Future Research, Rosina C. Chia, Linda J. Allred,Page A. Jerzak, Psychology of Women Quarterly, Volume 21, Issue 1, March 1997 Pages 137–150

2. Women’s movements in twentieth-century Taiwan by Chang, Doris T., Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2009

3. Hsieh Hsiao-chin and Chang Chueh (2005) “Women’s movement and women’s studies in Taiwan” in Lin, Wei-hong and Hsieh Hsiao-chin (eds.) Women’s Studies in Taiwan, Soel: Ewha Women’s University Press

4. Migrant Women’s Bodies as Boundary Markers: Reproductive Crisis and Sexual Control in the Ethnic Frontiers of Taiwan, by Pei-Chia Lan, Signs , Vol. 33, No. 4 (Summer 2008), pp. 833-861

5. Book - Women in the new Taiwan: gender roles and gender consciousness in a changing society eds., by CSFMA Rubinstein, A Lee, C Farris, M Rubinstein, 2004

15:00 Discussion

16:00 End

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