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    . Introduction 1

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    . Meaning of Gender Equality and Importance of Textbooks based on Gender Equality Perspectives 5

    1. Gender Equality Perspectives 7

    2. Significance of Gender Equality 9

    3. Significance of Stronger Gender Equality Perspectives for Textbooks 10

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    . Background of Gender Equality Perspective-based Textbook Development 13

    1. Improvement in the Status of Women and Social Demand for Gender Equality 15

    2. Introduction and Modification of Gender Equality-related Laws and
    Systems 16

    3. Educational Efforts to Raise Awareness of Gender Equality 20

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    . Processes of Developing Gender Equality Perspective-based Textbooks 29

    1. Textbook Monitoring (Analysis of Gender Discrimination-related Elements of Existing Textbooks) 32

    2. Curricula Revision (Insertion of Gender Equality-related Units or Expressions) 36

    3. Textbook Development-related Criteria (Announcement of Gender Equality-related Items for Writing Guidelines, Screening Criteria, etc.) 41

    4. Textbook Development (Inclusion of Gender Equality-related Contents in Accordance with Official Curricula and Screening Criteria) 44

    5. Textbook Review and Screening (Checking Whether Gender Equality-related Contents Specified in Official Curricula and Screening Criteria are
    Included) 45

    6. Continuous Feedback and Research for the Development of Gender Equality-based Textbooks 46

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    . Assessment and Conclusion 49

    1. Current Status of Gender Equality Perspective-based Textbooks (Recent Research Results) 51

    2. Future Issues 65

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    Reference 71

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    . Background: Implementation and Development of Public Disclosure of
    Sex Offenders Information 1

    1. Prevalence of Sex Offenses in South Korea 3

    2. Rise of Social Demand for Policies on Prevention of Sex Offenses and Protection of Victims 5

    3. Development of the Sanction and Management of Child Sex Offenders and Protection of Crime Victims 9

    4. Development of Government Policies for the Protection on Women and Children 15

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    . Implementation of Registry Management and Public Disclosure System on
    Child Sex Traffickers Information 19

    1. Controversial Issues in the Process of Introducing the Public Disclosure System 21

    2. Full-fledged Development of the Public Disclosure System 24

    3. Development of Legal System concerning the Public Disclosure System 26

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    . Content and Characteristics of the Current Registration and Public Disclosure System 41

    1. Registration System 43

    2. Disclosure of Personal Information of Sex Offenders against Child via Internet 53

    3. Community Notification of Personal Information of Sex Offenders against Child by Mail 61

    . Accomplishments and Evaluation of Public Disclosure System in South Korea 67

    1. Characteristics and Effects of the Public Disclosure System in
    South Korea 69

    2. Evaluation on Legislative System and Policy Effects 78

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    Reference 91

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    . Definition and Trend of Sex Ratio at Birth(SRB) in South Korea 1

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    . History of Population Policy and SRB in South Korea 5

    1. Development of Population Policy in Korea 7

    2. Relationship between Population Policy and SRB 9

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    . Causes of Decline of Son Preference in South Korea 11

    1. Factors Affecting SRB in Korea 13

    2. Gender-equality Policy and SRB 16

    3. Development of Women’s Social Status and SRB 18

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    . Conclusion 27

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    Reference 31

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    . Introduction 1

    1. Relevant Definitions and Concepts 3

    2. Necessity and Goals of the Research 6

    3. Goal and Objective of the Research 13

    4. Scope of the Research 14

    5. Research Methodology 14

    6. Analytical Framework of the Research 18

    7. Limitation of the Research 20

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    . Current State of Girls and Young Women in Vietnam 21

    1. Overview of Gender Equality Situation in Vietnam through International Indicators 23

    2. An Overview of Girls and Young Women in Vietnam 28

    3. Education and Profession (Vocational Training) for Girls and Young Women in Vietnam 32

    4. Health for Girls and Young Women in Vietnam 54

    5. Protection of Girls and Young Women from Violence and Harmful
    Practices 76

    6. Girls’ and Young Women’s Rights to be Included 85

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    . Laws and Policies for Girls and Young Women in Vietnam 91

    1. An Overview of International and National Frame Legislations for Girls
    and Young Women in Vietnam 93

    2. Gender Machinery and Gender Governance 108

    . Conclusion and Policy Recommendations 115

    1. Conclusions on the Situation of Girls and Young Women in Access to Education, Profession, Health Care, and Other Social Services in
    Vietnam 117

    2. Policy Recommendations 122

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    Reference 129

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    Annexes 135

    <Annex 1> List of laws related to girls and young women in Vietnam 137

    <Annex 2> List of policies related to girls and young women in Vietnam 146

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    . Introduction 1

    1. General Context of Problem 3

    2. Objective of Study 4

    3. Research Hypothesis 5

    4. Scope of Study 5

    5. Study Design and Period 7

    6. Working Definitions and Terms 7

    7. Procedures of Analysis 11

    8. Organization of Research 11

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    . Literature Review 13

    1. Important Considerations for Girls and Young Women 15

    2. Empowerment of Girls and Young Women 15

    3. Education and Girls and Young Women 19

    4. Health Issues of Girls and Young Women 25

    5. Gender and Gender-related Issues 27

    6. Women’s Rights Focused on Education, Health and Social Protection 41

    7. Related Policies and Plans to Protect Girls and Young Women 43

    8. Myanmar’s Efforts for Education, Health and Social Policies on Girls
    and Young Women Focusing on GBV 46

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    . Methodology 51

    1. Research Design 53

    2. Research Procedures 54

    3. Assessment 57

    4. Ethical and Safety Procedures 57

    5. Limitations 58

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    . Result Findings and Discussions 59

    1. Result Findings and Discussions from Desk Review 61

    2. Result Findings and Discussions from Interviewing Girls and
    Young Women 89

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    . Recommendations and Conclusions 107

    1. Recommendations 109

    2. Conclusions 117

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    Reference 123

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    Annex 127

    Annex 1. International Agreements and Mechanisms 129

    Annex 2. National Strategic Plan for the Advancement of Women
    (NSPAW) 131

    Annex 3. Interviewing Procedure 147

    Annex 4. Recommendations Linkage between Quantitative Data and
    Qualitative Data 148

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    . Introduction 1

    1. Background 3

    2. Methodology and Locations 4

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    . Current State of Girls and Young Women in Indonesia 9

    1. Education 11

    2. Health 28

    3. Protection against Violence 37

    4. Vulnerability and Harmful Practices 55

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    . Laws and Policies for Girls and Young Women in Indonesia 79

    1. General National Regulations 81

    2. Legal Framework for Specific Issues 87

    3. Local Regulations in Jakarta Selatan, DKI Jakarta (Urban Area) and
    Lebak Regency, Banten (Rural Area) 94

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    . Identification of Major Issues and Policy Recommendation 101

    1. Education 103

    2. Health 103

    3. Protection against Violence 104

    4. Vulnerability and Harmful Practices 107

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    Reference 109

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    . Introduction 1

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    . Research Methodology 5

    1. Desk Review 7

    2. Key Informants and Focus Group Interviews 7

    3. Selection of Field Research Areas 8

    4. Ethical Considerations 8

    5. Limitation of the Research 9

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    . Findings 11

    1. Demographic Data 13

    2. Gender Disparity 13

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    . Conclusion and Recommendations 47

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    Reference 55

  • 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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