2 edition of Gender trends in Southeast Asia found in the catalog.
Gender trends in Southeast Asia
|Statement||edited by Theresa W. Devasahayam.|
|Contributions||Devasahayam, Theresa W., Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 115 p. :|
|Number of Pages||115|
|ISBN 10||9789812309556, 9789812309563|
|LC Control Number||2009508489|
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In this Book. As a region, Southeast Asia has undergone enormous economic and social changes in the last few decades. Women as Gender trends in Southeast Asia book collective have seen their lives transformed as a result of rapid development and economic growth.
As the title of this book suggests, the chapters provide an analysis of the broad trends - including changes and continuities - in the experiences, interests and concerns of Southeast Asian women. The chapters examine the trends related to women in the following arenas: the family, economic participation, politics, health, and religion.
: Gender and Islam in Southeast Asia (Women and Gender: the Middle East and the Islamic World) (): Susanne Schröter: BooksCited by: 5. This book examines common themes related to gender and ageing in countries in Southeast Asia.
Derived from quantitative or qualitative methods of data collection and analysis, the chapters reveal how ageing has become tempered by globalization, cultural values, family structures, women's emancipation and empowerment, social networks, government policies, and religion.
Gender trends in Southeast Gender trends in Southeast Asia book women now, women in the future. [Theresa W Devasahayam; Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.;] -- "As a region, Southeast Asia has undergone enormous economic and social changes in the Gender trends in Southeast Asia book few decades.
Gender Trends in Southeast Asia: Women Now, Women in the Future. [Theresa W Devasahayam;] -- As a region, Southeast Asia has undergone enormous economic and social changes in the last few decades.
Women as a collective have seen their lives transformed as a Gender trends in Southeast Asia book of rapid development and. religion, the culture of social class and strategic groups, family and gender.
relations, developments in tourism, leisure and consumption, material culture, media and performance, and the growing importance of the rapid urbanization. Gender trends in Southeast Asia book Southeast Asia and its relationship with globalization and : John Kleinen.
Southeast Asia, the People’s Republic of China, India, and Pakistan. The book highlights that technological change, globalization, and market-oriented reform have been the key drivers of Asia’s remarkable economic growth and poverty reduction, but they have also had signiﬁcant distribution conse-quences.
Taken together, the contributions in this volume provide a better understanding of contemporary piracy in Southeast Asia and suggest avenues to successfully combat piracy in this region.
This book will be of much interest to students of maritime security, Asian politics, security studies, and international relations in : Hardcover. Trends in Southeast Asia The Trends in Southeast Asia series serves as in-depth analysis of contemporary geopolitical and socio-economic forces in the region.
The series is written for policymakers, diplomats, scholars and students of the region with emphasis on empirical and observable trends, and less on theory-building or historical accounts of events. Sea Nomads in Southeast Asia.
Southeast Asia, Gender trends in Southeast Asia book region encompassing an expanse of coasts and islands rich in varied maritime resources, is known widely for its long-established maritime traditions. What is regrettably less known is the phenomenon of sea nomadism.
Beyond Barriers: The Gender Implications of Trade Liberalization in Southeast Asia Alexander C. Chandra, Lucky A. Lontoh, and Ani Margawati Beyond Barriers: The Gender Implications of Trade Liberalization in Southeast Asia. SOUTHEAST ASIAN DATA & TRENDS ANALYSIS CSEA Center for Southeast Asians SPRING Gender Ratio and Median Age of Southeast Asian EthnicitiesSoutheast Asian Gender Ratio Group Male Female Median Age Southeast Asia has declined.
Today, the majority of SEAs in Rhode Island are foreign born, while the. 3 Neoliberalism in Southeast Asia. Simon Springer. 4 Aggregate trends, particular stories: tracking and explaining evolving rural livelihoods in Southeast Asia.
Jonathan Rigg and Albert Salamanca. 5 ‘Nature’ embodied, transformed and eradicated in Southeast Asian development. Victor Savage. PART 2 Development Institutions and Economies in. The volume is the first comprehensive compilation of texts on gender constructions, normative gender orders and their religious legitimizations, as well as current gender policies in Islamic Southeast Asia, which besides the Islamic core countries of Malaysia and Indonesia also comprises southern Thailand and Mindanao (the Philippines).
In the massive expansion of international migration in Southeast Asia over the last two decades a striking feature has been the feminisation of that movement.
In several countries of origin of international migrants, females are a major element in the Cited by: 3. "Southeast Asia,"2 which she addresses partly through an innovative investigation of women and gender in border zones and neighboring regions, including southern China, Taiwan, Vietnam, Bengal, Assam, Manipur, Arakan, Sri Lanka.
This book is about difference and power as they relate to men and women in island Southeast Asia. It examines how differences between 'male' and 'female' (as gendered concepts of the person) and between men and women (as living beings engaged in activities) are constituted there in assumptions and through practices, and how power is envisioned.
Southeast Asia—the region of the world that spans Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam—is going through rapid urbanization today. Byits urban population will grow by another million people, rising from million people today to million people.
Gender, Sexuality, and the State in Southeast Asia - Volume 71 Issue 4 - Michael G. PeletzCited by: 5. Southeast Asia’s progress is the best in the Asia Pacific sub regions for all these goals.
Southeast Asia has also achieved the level of quality education targeted for under the SDG. Left unchecked, inequality will not only have negative consequences on economic growth, but it could also lead to political and social issues.
Book Description. With thirty-two original chapters reflecting cutting edge content throughout developed and developing Asia, Women of Asia: Globalization, Development, and Gender Equity is a comprehensive anthology that contributes significantly to understanding globalization’s transformative process and the resulting detrimental and beneficial consequences for women.
Violence against Women in South Asia Article (PDF Available) in Archives of Women s Mental Health 6(3) September with 7, Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Unaiza Niaz. 1This special issue seeks to understand the South Asian family in contemporary times, both in its presence and absence, its control and contestation, and Cited by: 2.
Gender Gaps in Southeast and East Asia That Still Need to be Addressed. Share: Over the past two decades, Southeast and East Asia has emerged not only as a global economic and political powerhouse but also made progress towards closing gender gaps in areas such as health, education, employment and political participation.
History of Southeast Asia from prehistoric times to the contemporary period. This vast area is situated east of the Indian subcontinent and south of China.
It consists of a continental projection and a string of archipelagoes to the south and east of the mainland. Learn more about the region in this article. Southeast Asian patterns of marriage are more diverse than those in other regions of Asia. Some Southeast Asian countries – notably Singapore, Thailand and Myanmar – have patterns of delayed marriage among women – especially the highly educated – rivalling those of East Asia.
Investing in Women: Closing the Gender Capital Gap in Southeast Asia Investing in women makes smart economics. Yet, women, especially poor women, remain economically marginalized — working harder, receiving less income, and enjoying less decision. Although the societies of island Southeast Asia(Malaysia, Indonesia, and the Philippines, plus Brunei and Singapore) are known for their egalitarian relations between men and women, subtle differences in power and status do exist.
These differences are often difficult to conceptualize, and, consequently, the theoretical issues posed by such relatively egalitarian gender systems. Within Southeast Asia, the most gender-equal countries are Thailand, ati.e., females only percent below males, tied for 14th in world gender-equality, and the Philippines ati.e., females only percent below males, tied for : Mahar Mangahas.
Asia - Asia - Demographic trends: Asia constitutes roughly one-third of the world’s land area and is home to about three-fifths of its population.
The continent includes the two most populous countries, China and India, which together account for nearly two-fifths of all people.
About it would have been relatively easy to describe the population and ethnic distribution of Asia. This publication examines the gender-based trends in women’s overseas migration for work and the structural basis for such trends.
In this context it explores the discourse around the concept of ‘the feminization of migration’. It further highlights key gender-based violations at different stages of migration. Against this backdrop the publication addresses the mainstream discourse on. This is a book that every student of Southeast Asia needs to read." (Professor Edward Aspinall, Australian National University, Australia) "This book does what a work on political economy should do: challenge existing paradigms in order to gain a deeper understanding of the processes of social transformation.
International migration from Asia grew dramatically in the s and s. Since the s, migration within Asia has risen. Stephen Castles of the University of Oxford and Mark Miller of the University of Delaware examine regional trends in this article based on their book Age of Migration. Japan still has the third highest gender pay gap in the OECD at percent, although down from percent in Asia’s second-largest economy also ranks among the lowest in the OECD for.
Gender Discrimination in Southeast Asia 0. By Staff Reports on J World News. BANGKOK, Thailand — Gender in Southeast Asia is the deciding factor concerning independence, ability to work and even health.
Southeast Asian countries, such as Cambodia, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam, are culturally diverse. The role of gender in South Asia. From many perspectives women in South Asia find themselves in subordinate positions to men and are socially, culturally, and economically dependent on them.
East Asia - CE Women have little freedom, society corrupted because of Opium Trade leads to war with British Empire in Canton, Macau East Asia - Present.
All the stats, data, and trends you need to understand the state of the internet, social media, and mobile in Southeast Asia in Digital in in Southeast Asia Part 2 - South-East BROKEN DOWN BY MOBILE USE AND SELF-DECLARED GENDER OF USERS SOURCE: EXTRAPOLATION OF FACEBOOK DATA, JANUARY.
Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment When guaranteed pdf equal opportunity, choice and access to resources, women’s full participation in society and the economy multiplies the capacity of all for sustainable economic growth and social development.Equally important, the book sheds light on the prospects of escaping disadvantage over time.
The analysis shows that South Asia performs poorly in terms of opportunity. Access to basic services is partial at best, and can be traced to characteristics at birth, including gender.ebook So in my research, I’ve disaggregated Asia into its four constituent sub-regions – East, South-East, South and West Asia – and further into 14 Author: Deepak Nayyar.