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  • Writer : KWDI , Date : 2017.02.14
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    Writer : KWDI , Date : 2017.02.14
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    Ⅰ. Introduction ·········································································································· 1
    1.1. Background ··································································································· 3
    1.2. Research question ························································································· 6
    1.3. Hypothesis ···································································································· 6
    1.4. Objectives of research ················································································· 6
    1.5. Methodology ································································································· 7


    Ⅱ. Women’s Representation and Political Party ····················································· 9
    2.1. The concept of representation and affirmative action ····························· 11
    2.2. Gender quota system in the Indonesian law ··········································· 12
    2.3. Women’s representation in Indonesian political parties ·························· 18
    2.4. Gender distribution in the parliament for 2014-2019 period ················· 22


    Ⅲ. PKS, PDI-P, and Other Parties ······································································· 25
    3.1. The Prosperous Justice Party (PKS) ························································ 27
    3.2. The Indonesian Democratic Party of Struggle (PDI-P) ·························· 48
    3.3. Political parties in general ········································································ 62


    Ⅳ. Conclusion and Recommendation ······································································ 87
    4.1. Conclusion ·································································································· 89
    4.2. Recommendation for PKS’s internal affirmative policy ·························· 91
    4.3. Recommendation for PDI-P’s internal affirmative policy ······················· 92
    4.4. General recommendations ·········································································· 92


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    Ⅰ. Introduction 1
    1. Historical Background 3
    2. An Emerging Need for an Independent Organization to Support Child Victims of the Sexual Violence 5
    3. The Purpose of Study 6

    Ⅱ. The Establishing Process of Seoul Sunflower Center (Children) 9
    1. The Promotion Committee for Child Victims of Sexual Violence and Case Studies on Best Practices in Other Countries 11
    2. Establishing a Korean Model Institution Specialized for Child Victims of Sexual Violence 13
    3. One-stop Service Center for Child Victims of Sexual Violence: Seoul Sunflower Center (Children) 15

    Ⅲ. The Operation of Seoul Sunflower Center (Children) 17
    1. Main Activities 19
    2. Main Actors and Their Roles 20
    3. Organizational Structure and Division of Roles 22
    4. Budget 30
    5. Facilities 32

    Ⅳ. One-Stop Service for Victims at the Seoul Sunflower Center (Children) 35
    1. Counseling Supports 42
    2. Medical Supports 42
    3. Psychological Supports 44
    4. Supports for Investigation and Legal Process 48
    5. Social Service Supports 50

    Ⅴ. Conclusion 53
    1. Changes after Establisment of the Seoul Sunflower Center (Children) 55
    2. Impacts of the One-Stop Service 59
    3. Suggestions 61

    ? Reference 65

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    Ⅰ. Introduction 1

    Ⅱ. Dual Structure and Policies for Child Care and Education in Korea 5
    1. Changes in Korea’s Child Care Policies 8
    2. Changes in Korea’s Early Childhood Education Policies 12
    3. Dual Structure for Early Childhood Care and Education and Their Integration 14

    Ⅲ. Policies for Expanding Daycare Centers 19
    1. Use of Child Care and Education Systems in Korea 21
    2. Background of the Expansion of Daycare Centers 27
    3. Need for Further Improvements in the Policies for Expanding Daycare Centers 28

    Ⅳ. National Subsidies for Child Care 29
    1. Changes in the National Budget for Early Childhood Care and Education 32
    2. Background of National Subsidies for Child Care 34
    3. Improvements Needed for the National Subsidies for Child Care 37

    Ⅴ. Korea’s Child Care and Education Policies: Issues and Implications 39
    1. Ways to Improve Policies on Child Care and Education 41
    2. Several Issues Related to Policies on Child Care and Education 44
    3. Implications for Developing Countries 46

    ? Reference 49

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    Ⅰ. Introduction: Needs for Parliamentary Monitoring 1
    1. Citizen Participation in Legislation Processes 3
    2. A Rise in the Number of Female Legislators and Needs for Parliamentary Monitoring 5

    Ⅱ. Key Elements for the Parliamentary Monitoring and Gender Equality in the Parliament 9
    1. Key Elements for Successful Parliamentary Monitoring 11
    2. Gender-sensitive Parliament and Parliamentary Monitoring 13

    Ⅲ. Overview of the Parliamentary Monitoring in Korea 17
    1. Korean Civil Society’s Parliamentary Monitoring 19
    2. Preconsideration for the Parliamentary Monitoring 21
    3. Focus of the Study: Parliamentary Monitoring by Activist Groups for Women’s Political Empowerment 22

    Ⅳ. Parliamentary Monitoring  for Gender Equality  in the 17th National Assembly 25
    1. Background: the ‘100 Female Legislators Cultivation’ Initiative 27
    2. Parliamentary Monitoring for Gender Equality in the 17th National Assembly 28
    3. Achievements and Limitations 39

    Ⅴ. Local Council Monitoring for Gender Equality 45
    1. Background: the Revival of the Local Autonomy and Women’s  Participation at the Local Level 47
    2. Design of the Local Council Monitoring for Gender Equality 48
    3. Networks for the Local Council Monitoring 56
    4. Achievements and Limitations 60

    Ⅵ. Outlook and Implications 63

    ? Reference 69

  • Table of Contents
    Ⅰ. Introduction 1
    1.1. Background information 3
    1.2. Women in rural areas of Myanmar 4
    1.3. Rationale and objectives of the study 4

    Ⅱ. Literature Review 7
    2.1. Rural development in Myanmar 9
    2.2. Rural development in Korea 10
    2.3. Women empowerment and gender equality 12
    2.4. Microfinance activities as a part of rural development in Myanmar 14
    2.5. Women’s empowerment through microfinance services 16
    2.6. Impact assessment of microfinance services in Myanmar 18

    Ⅲ. Methodology 19
    3.1. Study design 21
    3.2. Sampling and sample size 21
    3.3. Data collection and analysis 22

    Ⅳ. Findings 23
    4.1. Socio-demographic differences between beneficiaries and non-beneficiaries 25
    4.2. Differences in access to, and amount of loans; and income contributed to the family expenditure and community between men and women beneficiaries 30
    4.3. Change in women's empowerment due to participating in the microfinance services using success stories of women beneficiaries 36

    Ⅴ. Discussions & Conclusion 39
    5.1. Discussions 41
    5.2. Conclusion 45

    ? Abbreviations 49

    ? Reference 51

    ? Annexes 1 53

    ? Annex 2 Survey questionnaire 54

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    Ⅰ. Introduction 1

    Ⅱ. Study Methodology 5
    2.1. Selection of target areas 7
    2.2. Data sources 8
    2.3. Data analysis 10

    Ⅲ. Socio-economic Situation of Rural Women in Cambodia 11
    3.1. Women and economic participation 13
    3.2. Women’s roles and responsibilities, access to and control over resources 14
    3.3. Women and WASH (Water, Sanitation, Hygiene) 15
    3.4. Women and health 16
    3.5. Violence against women in rural areas 17
    3.6. Women and education 17
    3.7. Women and decision-making in politics and public sector 19

    Ⅳ. The Socio-economic Situation of Women in Ten Rural Villages in Cambodia 21
    4.1. Women and economic participation 23
    4.2. Women and WASH (Water, Sanitation, Hygiene) 33
    4.3. Women and health 35
    4.4. Violence against women in rural area 37
    4.5. Women and education 38
    4.6. Women’s leadership and decision making 40
    Ⅴ. Conclusion and Recommendations 43
    5.1. Enforcing the government policies 46
    5.2. Establishing a gender core group at commune level as a local institution to promote gender equality (a woman should be the leader) 46
    5.3. Strengthening the capacity of agricultural cooperatives (ACs) 47
    5.4. Empowering women to actively participate in economic activities 48
    5.5. Engaging men in promoting gender equality 48

    ? Reference 51

    ? Annex 1 53

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    Ⅰ. Introduction 1
    1.1. Necessity and goals of the research 3
    1.2. The goal and objectives of the study 5
    1.3. Scope of the research 5
    1.4. Main contents 6
    1.5. Research methodology 7
    1.6. Key concepts used in the study 12
    1.7. Literature review 18

    Ⅱ. Reviewing the Current Laws and Policies related to Female Human Resources when Vietnam Joins FTAs 23
    2.1. Revisiting regulations of the current laws and policies of Vietnam in relation with human resource and human resource development 25
    2.2. An overview of regulations of FTAs related to human resource development and gender equality 35
    2.3. International experience and lessons learnt for Vietnam 47

    Ⅲ. The Situation of Vietnam’s Female Human Resource and Female Human Resource Development in the Period of 2006 to 2015 and the Projections for the Period of 2016 to 2025 59
    3.1. An overview of Vietnam’s female human resources in the period of 2005 to 2015 61
    3.2. Specific implications of joining FTAs on Vietnam’s female human resource development 76
    3.3. Projections on opportunities and threats to the development of female human resource in the period of 2016 to 2025 81
    3.4. Strengths and weaknesses of Vietnam’s female labour force 86

    Ⅳ. Recommendations to Promote the Development of Female Human Resources in Vietnam 91
    4.1. Requirements for female human resource development in Vietnam in the context of international integration 93
    4.2. Recommendations 94

    ? Reference 101

  • Table of Contents
    Ⅰ. Introduction 1
    1.1. Background 3
    1.2. Research question 6
    1.3. Hypothesis 6
    1.4. Objectives of research 6
    1.5. Methodology 7

    Ⅱ. Women’s Representation and Political Party 9
    2.1. The concept of representation and affirmative action 11
    2.2. Gender quota system in the Indonesian law 12
    2.3. Women’s representation in Indonesian political parties 18
    2.4. Gender distribution in the parliament for 2014-2019 period 22

    Ⅲ. PKS, PDI-P, and Other Parties 25
    3.1. The Prosperous Justice Party (PKS) 27
    3.2. The Indonesian Democratic Party of Struggle (PDI-P) 48
    3.3. Political parties in general 62

    Ⅳ. Conclusion and Recommendation 87
    4.1. Conclusion 89
    4.2. Recommendation for PKS’s internal affirmative policy 91
    4.3. Recommendation for PDI-P’s internal affirmative policy 92
    4.4. General recommendations 92

    ? Abbreviations 95

    ? Reference 97

  • Writer : KWDI , Date : 2016.01.20
    조회4
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    Writer : KWDI , Date : 2016.01.20
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    Table of Contents

    . Introduction 1

     

    . Research Objective and Significant of the Study 5

     

    . Contextual Background 9

     

    . Research Methodology 15

    1. Research Approach and Data Collection Tools 17

    2. Sampling Criteria and Sample Size 18

    3. Data Analysis Techniques 18

    4. Data Management and Confidentiality of the Gathered Information 19

     

    . Limitation of the Study 21

     

    . Research Finding 25

    1. Gender Course Offered at Undergraduate Level 27

    2. Gender Knowledge Competency 29

    3. Challenges in Teaching Gender Courses 32

    4. Gender Research Competency 35

    5. Research Trend at Sector Level 38

    6. Research Policy for Higher Education Institutions 39

    7. RUPP's Strategic Development Plan 41

    8. Research Activities by RUPP 42

    9. Perspective towards Women’s Research Centre 45

    10. Types of Research for Women Research Centre 47

     

    . Conclusion and Recommendations 49

     

    ? Reference 53

  • Writer : KWDI , Date : 2016.01.20
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    Writer : KWDI , Date : 2016.01.20
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    Table of Contents

    . Introduction 1

     

    . Literature Review 7

    1. Gender and Nutritional Development 9

    2. Myanmar, Women and Development 14

    3. Nutritional Anthropology 20

     

    . Materials and Method 23

    1. General Objective 25

    2. Specific Objectives 25

    3. Hypothesis 26

    4. Study Population 26

    5. Study Period 26

    6. Study Design 26

    7. Sampling 27

    8. Data Collection and Study Tools 27

    9. Data Entry and Analysis 28

    10. Ethical Consideration 29

    11. Conflicts of Interest 29

     

    . Findings of the Study : Feeding Practices of Kayans 31

    1. Structured Questionnaire 33

    2. Focus Group Discussion 34

    3. Anthropometric Measures of Under-five Children of Kayan Nationals 35

    . Discussion 43

    1. Strengths of the Study 46

    2. Weakness of the Study 47

     

    . Conclusion 49

     

    . Recommendation 53

     

    ? Reference 57

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