New PDF release: Asia's New Mothers

By Kyoto University, and Barbara Molony, Santa Clara University Edited by Emiko Ochiai

ISBN-10: 1905246374

ISBN-13: 9781905246373

Asia's New moms, via a spotlight on childcare, bargains a comparative local research distinctive in English-language resources of adjusting gender roles in East and Southeast Asia. making an allowance for the historic and cultural alterations and similarities one of the societies within the sector, the authors hire indepth researches of people's daily studies. The study was once carried out among 2001 and 2003 in six societies in East and Southeast Asia Japan, South Korea, China, Taiwan, Thailand and Singapore. whereas every one makes its personal specified contributions, many of the essays are proficient by way of theoretical focal issues: modernization and gender and globalization and gender.

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While not covered in this book, our study included interviews and questionnaire surveys dealing with carework for the elderly, which will be published in a later collection. Also, although Wongboonsin and Park are members of this project, most of the research results they present in this book rely on their independent projects. We must emphasize that although we refer to the societies discussed in this book as South Korea, China, Taiwan, Thailand, and Singapore, these terms do not imply that the data discussed are representative of these societies as a whole.

Estimated and Projections, Geneva, 1986. qxp:Andy Q7 34 13/8/08 13:57 Page 34 Asia’s New Mothers relatively small due to the absence of a family wage system (that is, a system that compensates heads of households more generously than other workers for the same work) is yet another factor supporting wives’ continued workforce participation. CHILDCARE NETWORKS The combination of work and childcare in China is supported by flexible role sharing between husband and wife, informal aid through kin networks, and formal aid such as childcare leave and nursery schools.

The sources of data are follows: South Korea, the Statistics Bureau homepage; China: Lu (2004); Taiwan: Statistical Yearbook of the Republic of China; Thailand: National Statistical Office, Report of the Labor Force Survey; Singapore: Department of Statistics, Yearbook of Statistics Singapore 2002; Japan: Statistics Bureau, Census 2000. Under-reporting of female labor was also a major problem in national census studies made in Europe and America between the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries (Nyberg 1994).

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