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Integration of women into social development of the Republic of Korea since the 1980s

: Appraisal and prospect (Ⅰ)
  • Integration of women into social development of the Republic of Korea since the 1980s
  • Byun, Wha-Soon; Yang, Ae-Kyung; Lee, Sun-Ju; Moon, Hee-Young
  • Seoul : Korean Woman's Development Institute
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Title Integration of women into social development of the Republic of Korea since the 1980s
Subtitle Appraisal and prospect (Ⅰ)
Author Byun, Wha-Soon; Yang, Ae-Kyung; Lee, Sun-Ju; Moon, Hee-Young
Publisher Seoul : Korean Woman's Development Institute
Publication Date 2011 - 12
Material Type Report
Country South Korea Holding Korean Woman's Development Institute
Language English License
Series Title Research Project

Abstract

The Korean government has started integrating gender perspective in its national development plans since Women's Policy Deliberation Committee under the Prime Minister and the Korean Women’s Development Institute were established in 1983. Afterwards there has been a need for further policy reviews. The study aims to review what has been established by major policies since gender perspective has been integrated into social development. It also aims to analyze users’ feedback on those policies. The study will allow us to have a general understanding of the 30 year history of gender perspective development. We also expect further development to advance women's polices, through means that are obtainable. The study will be conducted for 3 years. With 2011 being the first year, the study overviews 30 years of history focusing on the social development reflecting on women's perspectives. It would include fundamental studies as well as more elaborate studies. First, we will review the past 30 years’ history of women’s integration in nine parts; Politics/Administration, Welfare, Economy, Family, Education, Culture/Social Activity, Organizations, International affairs, Peace/ Unification. And then we will analyze user’s views on 30 years’ history of women’s integration.

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