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    Title: La Igualdad de Género en Taiwán desde la Abolición de la Ley Marcial hasta la Actualidad
    Other Titles: 從解嚴到今日的台灣性別平等研究
    Gender equality in Taiwan since the abolition of Martial Law until the present day
    Authors: 賈洛莎;Herrera, Lic. Rosa Mariela Caroca
    Contributors: 淡江大學亞洲研究所數位學習碩士在職專班
    Keywords: 性別平等;平權;台灣;女性角色;社會發展;Gender Equality;Equity;Taiwan;Role of Women;Social Development;Igualdad de género;Equidad;Rol de la Mujer;Desarrollo Social
    Date: 2016
    Issue Date: 2017-08-25 00:00:00 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 自1987年解嚴以來,台灣各項進步飛快,其中包括兩性平權議題。本論文以台灣良好的經驗和完善制度著手,回顧這段歷程的演進,探究台灣如何將性別平權雛型合法化,研究台灣的性別平議題。此外,本論文亦分析台灣在追求兩性平權所面臨的挑戰和的機會,並擴及女性在台灣社會所扮演的角色,透過政府所實施的公共政策,可觀察到台灣以這些政策為基礎,在政治、經濟、教育與社會等領域上努力發展,而各領域均有豐厚成果,雖然仍有一些挑戰。在社會發展領域上,性別平權議題不能局限於區域,應秉持國際水準再往前邁進,而這也是台灣目前所面臨的挑戰。
    This thesis explores some of the principal features of gender equality centered on experiences and good practice as implemented in the Republic of China (Taiwan), and how a model of equality and gender equality has become institutionalized there. The study focuses on the model itself, as well as the challenges it faces and the opportunities those challenges offer. Specifically, the study addresses the role of women in Taiwanese society since the abolition of Martial Law in 1987 up to the present day, through a review of public policies implemented by the government. These policies are found to be the basis for a multidisciplinary development of Taiwanese society, especially in the political, economic, educational and social areas, and areas are identified where major achievements have been made, while others are still lacking. Finally, some recommendations are offered on the basis of the research, which suggest that Taiwan ought to represent a reference model for social development in the context of gender equality, not only in the region but also worldwide.
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