• Women Are Underutilized In The Labor Force In Taiwan: Tutorial

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    A 60 page research paper. This is a tutorial paper for a research study investigating the titled topic. The paper also includes the degree of gender discrimination in education, work and in the society, including the violence women face continually. Subheadings include: Introduction, Research Questions, Definitions, Literature Review, Methodology, Results, Analysis and Conclusion. The theses and themes are that the equal educational opportunity and the equal pay for equal work laws are violated. Gender equality does not exist in this nation. This is a hypothetical study but real statistics are included based on other studies. As a tutorial, numerous suggestions are provided for the student's own paper. 5 tables are included. 3 Appendices are included. Bibliography lists 36 sources.

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