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Contemporary China Public Lecture: Is There a

Contemporary China Public Lecture: Is There a "Second Shift" for Women? (October 15, 3:30pm)

Dr. Kan Man Yee compiled and harmonized time use data of China, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan and Beijing from 1980s to 2010s with date of European and Anglophone countries. Overwhelming evidence for the "second shift" in Japan, South Korean, Taiwan, Central European countries, and Southern European countries is found. That is, women on average work longer hours on paid work and domestic work together with men.

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 Social Sciences Faculty

 30th September, 2020

#China #HKU #PublicLecture #SocialSciences #Women


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