淡江大學 九十六學年度第二學期課程教學計畫表

Course Outline for Spring 2008

 

壹、科目名稱:東南亞性別與發展
A. Course: Gender and Development of Southeast Asia

貳、授課教師:林欽明 (研究室:驚聲大樓T1118/1119;電話:2621-56562170;傳真:2629-9174;教學平台 http://dctsp.ec.tku.edu.tw/113922qp;網頁 http://mail.tku.edu.tw/113922 E-mail: 113922@mail.tku.edu.twOffice hours: 星期二 10:00-12:00; 星期三 14:00-16:00; 星期五 14:00-16:00)

B. Instructor: Chin-Ming Lin (Office: T1118/1119 Chingsheng Building; Tel. (02) 2621-5656 ext 2170; Fax. (02) 2629-9174; Teaching Platform: http://dctsp.ec.tku.edu.tw/113922qp; Webpage: http://mail.tku.edu.tw/113922; e-mail: 113922@mail.tku.edu.tw; office hours: Tue. 10:00-12:00; Wed. 14:00-16:00; Fri. 14:00-16:00)

參、開課系所班級:東南亞所

C. Institution: Graduate Institute of Southeast Asian Studies

肆、必選修:選

D. Optional course

伍、學分數:2

E. Credit: 2

陸、先修科目:無

F. Preparatory courses: none

、教學目標與範圍:

性別議題在東南亞社經發展裡極為關鍵,諸如勞動力結構、家庭活動、社會制度,乃至於跨國的人力移動,都與性別脫離不了關係。同時,兩性問題是許多其他社會問題的起點,有了相當的認識,也就很容易進入其他的相關領域。本課程即針對與區域發展相關的性別議題,做一重點的探討,一方面讓學生能有較深刻的了解,另一方面也希望能幫助學生跨入其他社經領域。本課程探討的範圍如下:

          女性在東南亞勞動市場的參與情況

          東南亞家庭結構與在社經發展所扮演的角色

          東南亞女性跨國移動的情形與境遇

          如何建構東南亞女性的能力?

          東南亞性別與社會變遷

G. Course Goals and Scope:

Gender related issues such labor structure, family activities, social institutions, and cross-border migration are very crucial for studying socio-economic development in many areas. Gender related problems are, in many occasions, the beginning of other social problems so that it would be much easier to get into many issues if we are familiar with gender issues in the first place. This course will explore several gender issues related to countries or regions development to help students understand relevant development questions more deeply on one hand, and to help them cross over into other socio-economic aspects on the other. The scope of the course will be:

*          Womens participation in Southeast Asian labor markets;

*          The role of family structure in socio-economic development;

*          The prospects and perspective of womens international migration;

*          The building of womens capability; and

*          Gender and social change.

捌、授課方式:課堂講授及討論,搭配以多媒體展示

玖、課程綱要:

H. Course Outline

一、女性、性別與發展 (Institutions: Opportunities and Barriers)

二、性別觀點主流化 (Gender Mainstreaming)

三、性別、階級與貧窮 (Gender, Class and Poverty)

四、性別圖像與認同 (Gender Images and Identity)

五、家計與生產 (Livelihood and Production)

六、女性勞工與產業 (Women Labor and Industries)

七、性別、市場與資源 (Gender, Markets and Resources)

八、女性與社會變遷 (Women and Social Change)

九、女性報酬與國民會計 (Womens Pay and National Accounts)

一〇、       女性、健康與環境 (Women, Health and Environment)

一一、       全球化下之女性移動 (Womens Migration and Power)

一二、       婦女NGOs與能力建構 (Womens NGOs and Capability)

一三、       婦女組織與賦權 (Womens Organizations and Empowerment)

 

拾、各主題參考書目

I. Readings and References for Each Topic

第一部 制度:機會與阻礙 (Part I. Institutions: Opportunities and Barriers)

第一 女性、性別與發展 (Week One. Women,Gender and Development)

指定閱讀(required)

Cartier, C. and J. Rothenberg-Aalami (2000). "Gender and Development." In Thomas R. Leinbach and Richard Ulack, eds., Southeast Asia: Diversity and Development (New York: Prentice Hall), pp. 274-302. HT 395.A85S67 2000 (TKU).

Heyzer, Noeleen. 1986. Women and Development: A Theoretical Overview. Chapter 1 in Working Women in South-East Asia: Development, Subordination and Emancipation (Milton Keynes: Open University Press), 1-10.

Onozawa, Nitaya (1999). "Thai Women: Changing Status and Roles During the Course of Thai Modernization (1)." 《東京家政學院筑波女子大學紀要》,第3集, 133-152 (http://www.tsukuba-g.ac.jp/library/kiyou/99/10.ONOZAWA.pdf).

Wee, Vivienne. 2001. "Gender and Development in Post-Crisis Southeast Asia." Working paper No. 14, Southeast Asia Research Centre, City University of Hong Kong, October (http://www.cityu.edu.hk/searc/WP14_01_Wee.pdf).

建議閱讀(suggested)

Afshar, Haleh (2000). "Gendering the Millennium: Globalising Women." Development in Practice, 10(3&4), August, 527-34.

Baden, Sally and Anne Marie Goetz. 1998. "Who Needs [Sex] When You Can Have [Gender]? Conflicting Discussions on Gender at Beijing." In Cecile Jackson and Ruth Pearson, eds., Feminist Vision of Development: Gender, Analysis and Policy (London: Routledge), 19-38. Reprinted in L. Beneria and S. Bisnath, eds., Gender and Development, Vol. 1 (Elgar, 2001), 518-37. HQ 1240.G43 2001 (TKU).

Robinson, Kathryn and Sharon Bessell (2002). "Introduction to the Issues." In Kathryn Robinson and Sharon Bessell, eds., Women in Indonesia: Gender, Equity and Development (Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies), 1-12. HQ 1752.W67 2002 (TKU)

Van Esterik, Peggy, ed. (1996). Women of Southeast Asia (DeKalb: Northern Illinois University), Chaps. 2, 5, 8, 9. HQ 1745.8.W65 1996 (TKU).

World Bank. Development Research Group/ Poverty Reduction and Economic Management Network (2000). "Enhancing Development Through Attention to Gender." Washington, D.C.: World Bank.

第二 性別觀點主流化 (Week Two. Gender Mainstreaming)

指定閱讀(required)

Blackburn, Susan (2004). State Gender Ideologies and the Womens Movement. In Women and the State in Modern Indonesia (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press), 8-32. (References) HQ 1752.B53 2004 (TKU)

Fahey, Stephanie (1998). "Vietnam's Women in the Renovation Era." In Krishna Sen and Maila Stivens, eds., Gender and Power in Affluent Asia (London: Routledge), 222-49. HQ1745.8 .G45 1998 (TKU).

Metcalfe, Ian (2004). "Framing Women Workers in Asia: Gender-Related Socio-Demographic and Developmental Indicators." In Amarjit Kaur, ed., Women Workers in Industrialising Asia: Costed, Not Valued (Basingstoke: Palgrave), 5-36. HD 6181.85.W6535 2004 (TKU)

Roces, Mina (1998). "The Gendering of Post-War Philippine Politics." In Krishna Sen and Maila Stivens, eds., Gender and Power in Affluent Asia (London: Routledge), 291-316. HQ1745.8 .G45 1998 (TKU).

Soedarti Surbakti (2002). "Gender Mainstreaming and Sex-disaggregated Data." In Kathryn Robinson and Sharon Bessell, eds., Women in Indonesia: Gender, Equity and Development (Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies), 209-18. (References) HQ 1752.W67 2002 (TKU)

建議閱讀(suggested)

Correia, Maria C. and Ian Bannon (2006). Gender and Its Discontents: Moving to Men-Streaming Development. In Maria C. Correia and Ian Bannon, eds., The Other Half of Gender: Men's Issues in Development (Washington, DC: The World Bank), 245-60.

Iwanaga, Kazuki and Marjorie Suriyamongkol, eds. (2007). Women and Politics in Thailand. Copenhagen: Nordic Institute of Asian Studies.

Mason, Karen (1995). "Is the Situation of Women in Asia Improving or Deteriorating?" (with the assistance of Amy Cardamone, Jill Holdren and Leah Retherford), Asia Pacific Population Research Report No. 6, Honolulu: East-West Center.

Moser, Caroline O. (1989). "Gender Planning in the Third World: Meeting Practical and Strategic Gender Needs." World Development, 17(11), November, 1799-825. Reprinted in Lourdes Beneria and Savitri Bisnath, eds., Gender and Development: Theoretical, Empirical and Practical Approaches, Vol. 1 (Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 2001), 129-55. HQ 1240.G43 2001 (TKU).

第三 性別、階級與貧窮 (Week Three. Gender, Class and Poverty)

指定閱讀(required)

Buvinic, Mayra (1997). "Women in Poverty: A New Global Underclass." Foreign Policy, Fall, 38-53.

Hilsdon, Anne-Marie (2003). Violence against Maranao Muslim Women in the Philippines. In Lenore Manderson and Linda Rae Bennett, eds., Violence against Women in Asian Societies: Gender Inequality and Technologies of Violence (London: RoutledgeCurzon), 20-40. (Bibliography) HV 6250.4.W65V564 2003 (TKU)

PuruShotam, Nirmala (1998). "Between Compliance and Resistance: Women and the Middle-Class Way of Life in Singapore." In Krishna Sen and Maila Stivens, eds., Gender and Power in Affluent Asia (London: Routledge), 127-66. HQ1745.8 .G45 1998 (TKU).

Stivens, Maila (1998). "Sex, Gender and the Making of the New Malay Middler Classses." In Krishna Sen and Maila Stivens, eds., Gender and Power in Affluent Asia (London: Routledge), 87-126. HQ1745.8 .G45 1998 (TKU).

Zainah Anwar (2001). "The Struggle for Women's Rights within the Religious Framework: The Experience of Sisters in Islam." In Colin Barlow, ed., Modern Malaysia in the Global Economy: Political and Social Change into the 21st Century (Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar), 178-88. HC 445.5.M633 2001 (TKU)

建議閱讀(suggested)

Beneria, Lourdes and Gita Sen (1982). "Class and Gender Inequalities and Women's Role in Economic Development: Theoretical and Practical Implications." Feminist Studies, 8(1), Spring, 157-76. Reprinted in Lourdes Beneria and Savitri Bisnath, eds., Gender and Development: Theoretical, Empirical and Practical Approaches, Vol. 1 (Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 2001), 14-33. HQ 1240.G43 2001 (TKU).

Goodkind, Daniel (1995). Rising Gender Inequality in Vietnam Since Reunification." Pacific Affairs, 68(3), Autumn, 342-59. (&).

Jackson, Cecile. 1998. "Rescuing Gender from the Poverty Trap." In Cecile Jackson and Ruth Pearson, eds., Feminist Vision of Development: Gender, Analysis and Policy (London: Routledge), 39-64. Reprinted in L. Beneria and S. Bisnath, eds., Gender and Development, Vol. 2 (Elgar, 2001), 113-38. HQ 1240.G43 2001 (TKU)

Kwiatkowski, Lynn M. (1998). "Developing Hunger in the Philippines." Chap. 2 in Struggling with Development: The Politics of Hunger and Gender in the Philippines (Boulder, Colo.: Westview Press), 33-60. DS 666.I15K85 1998 (TKU).

Ng, Cecilia, ed. (1999). Positioning Women in Malaysia: Class and Gender in an Industrialising State. New York: St. Martin's Press; Hampshire: Macmillan Press. HD6192.6 P67 1999 (中研院亞太研究中心)

Seguino, Stephanie (2000). "Gender Inequality and Economic Growth: A Cross-Country Analysis." World Development, 28(7), July, 1211-30 .

Seguino, Stephanie (2002). "Gender, Quality of Life, and Growth in Asia, 1970-90." The Pacific Review, 15(2), 245-27

第四 性別圖像與認同 (Week Four. Gender Images and Identity)

指定閱讀(required)                   

藍佩嘉。2002跨越國界的生命地圖:菲籍家務移工的流動與認同。〉《台灣社會研究季刊》,期4812月,169-218

Cook, Nerida (1998). "'Dutiful Daughters', Estranged Sisters: Women in Thailand." In Krishna Sen and Maila Stivens, eds., Gender and Power in Affluent Asia (London: Routledge), 250-90. HQ1745.8 .G45 1998 (TKU)

Drummond, Lisa (2006). "Gender in Post-Doi Moi Vietnam: Women, Desire, and Change." Gender, Place & Culture: A Journal of Feminist Geography, 13(3), June, 247-250.

Ong, Aihwa (1995). "State Versus Islam: Malay Families, Women's Bodies, and the Body Politics in Malaysia." In Aihwa Ong and Michael G. Peletz, eds., Bewitching Women, Pious Men: Gender and Body Politics in Southeast Asia (Berkeley: University of California Press), 159-94. HQ1075.5.A785 B49 1995 (中研院亞太研究中心/Asia-Pacific Research Center, Academia Sinica)

Surtees, Rebecca (2003). "Negotiating Violence and Non-violence in Cambodian Marriages." Gender & Development, 11(2), July, 30-42.

建議閱讀(suggested)

Creese, Helen (2005). Women of the Kakawin World: Marriage and Sexuality in the Indic Courts of Java and Bali. Armonk: M.E. Sharpe Inc. PL 5172.C74 2004 (TKU)

Devasahayam, Theresa W. and Brenda S.A. Yeoh , eds. (2007). Working and Mothering in Asia: Images, Ideologies and Identities. Singapore: Singapore University Press.

Halili, Servando D. Jr. (2007). Iconography of the New Empire: Race and Gender Images and the American Colonization of the Philippines. Manila: University of the Philippines Press.

Harrison, Rachel (2001). Prostitution, Politics and Power: Issues of the Foreign in Western Television Documentaries of Female Sex Workers in Thailand. In Shoma Munshi, ed., Images of the Modern Woman in Asia (Richmond: Curzon Press/IIAS Asian Studies Series), 138-68. HQ 1220.A78I63 2001 (TKU)

Hewitson, Gillian (2003). Domestic Labor and Gender Identity: Are All Women Carers? Chap. 17 in Drucilla Barker and Edith Kuiper, eds., Toward a Feminist Philosophy of Economics (London: Routledge), 266-83. HQ 1381 .T69 2003 (TKU)

Ockey, James (1999). "God Mothers, Good Mothers, Good Lovers, Godmothers: Gender Images in Thailand." Journal of Asian Studies, 58(4), November, 1033-1058. (&)

Peletz, Michael G. (1996). "The Person and the Body: Reason, Passion, and Shame." Chap. 5 in Reason and Passion: Representations of Gender in a Malay Society (Berkeley: University of California Press), 202-56. DS595 .P45 1996 (TKU)

Radzi, Wirdati  Mohammad (2007). Muslim Women and Sports in the Malay World: The Crossroads of Modernity and Faith. Chiang Mai: Silkworm Books.

Suryasinata, Leo (1997). "Women and Chinese Identity: An Exchange at the Closing Session of the Workshop." "The Ethnic Chinese and Ersatz Capitalism in Southeast Asia." In Leo Suryadinata, ed., Ethnic Chinese as Southeast Asians (Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies), 297-300. (*)

第二部 生活與資源掌控 (Part II. Livelihood and Resource Controls)

第五 家計與生產 (Week Five. Livelihood and Production)

指定閱讀(required)

Crinis, Nicki (2004). "Pink-Collared Workers and the Family in Modernizing Malaysia: A Case Study of the Garment Industry." Chap. 8 in Leng Leng Thang and Wei-Hsin Yu, eds., Old Challenges, New Strategies: Women, Work and Family in Contemporary Asia (Leiden: Brill Academic Publishers), 163-84. HD 6181.85.O43 2004 (TKU)

Hart, Gillian. 1992. "Household Production Reconsidered: Gender, Labor Conflict, and Technological Change in Malaysia's Muda Region." World Development, 20(6), June, 809-23. Reprinted in L. Beneria and S. Bisnath, eds., Gender and Development, Vol. 2 (Elgar, 2001), 59-73. HQ 1240.G43 2001 (TKU)

Hull, Terence H. and Sri Moertiningsih Adioetomo (2002). "Women, Family Planning and Decentralisation: New Variations on Old Themes." In Kathryn Robinson and Sharon Bessell, eds., Women in Indonesia: Gender, Equity and Development (Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies), 235-49 (References). HQ 1752.W67 2002 (TKU)

Levine, David and Michael Kevane (2003). "Are Investments in Daughters Lower When Daughters Move Away? Evidence from Indonesia." World Development, 31(6), June, 1065-84.

Luong, Hy Van (2003). "Gender Relations: Ideologies, Kinship Practices and Political Economy." In Hy Van Luong, ed., Postwar Vietnam: Dynamics of a Transforming Society (Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies), 201-24 (References). HN 700.5.A8P67 2003 (TKU)

建議閱讀(suggested)

Ames, Angeline and Todd Ames (2004). "Social and Economic Development Among Rural Women in Northern Thailand." Chap. 9 in Leng Leng Thang and Wei-Hsin Yu, eds., Old Challenges, New Strategies: Women, Work and Family in Contemporary Asia (Leiden: Brill Academic Publishers), 209-31. HD 6181.85.O43 2004 (TKU)

Jones, Gavin W. (2002). "The Changing Indonesian Household." In Kathryn Robinson and Sharon Bessell, eds., Women in Indonesia: Gender, Equity and Development (Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies), 219-34. HQ 1752.W67 2002 (TKU)

Ofstedal, Mary Beth, John Knodel and Napaporn Chayovan (1999). "Intergenerational Support and Gender: A Comparison of Four Asian Countries." Southeast Asian Journal of Social Science, 27(2), 21-41. (&)

Parrenas, Rhacel Salazar . 2003. Intergenerational and Gender Relations in Transnational Families. Chap. 5 in Servants of Globalization: Women, Migration, and Domestic Work (Quezon City: Ateneo de Manila Press), 116-49 (Bibliography). HD 6072.P27 2001 (TKU).

Peletz, Michael G. (1996). "Kinship, Gender, and sexuality from the Nineteenth Century to the Present." Chap. 3 in Reason and Passion: Representations of Gender in a Malay Society (Berkeley: University of California Press), 101-54. DS595 .P45 1996 (TKU)

Pollock, Nancy J. (2003). " Rethinking Marriage and Gender Relations Using Evidence from the Pacific." Gender & Development, 11(2), July, 85-90. (&)

Rantana Tosakul-Boonmathya (2006). "The Family in Thailand: Today and into the Future." A paper prepared for a discussion in the international conference on "Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Family Education in Southeast Asian Countries," held at The National Chia Yi University, October 26-27 (http://www.family.ncyu.edu.tw/source/2006symposium/Dr.%20Ratana%20Tosakul-Boonmathya.pdf) (從今日邁向未來的泰國家庭, 楊世璋 ).

Pham Van Bich (2004). "When Women Go Fishing: Women's Work in Vietnamese Fishing Communities." Chap. 7 in Leng Leng Thang and Wei-Hsin Yu, eds., Old Challenges, New Strategies: Women, Work and Family in Contemporary Asia (Leiden: Brill Academic Publishers), 163-84. HD 6181.85.O43 2004 (TKU)

Williams, Joan (2001). How Domesticitys Gender Wars Take on Elements of Class and Race Conflict. Chap. 5 in Unbending Gender: Why Family and Work Conflict and What to Do About It (New York: Oxford University Press), 145-76. HD 4904.25.W55 2001 (TKU).

Wolf, Diane L. 1990. "Daughters, Decisions and Domination: An Empirical and Conceptual Critique of Household Strategies."  Development and Change, 21(1), January, 43-74. Reprinted in Lourdes Beneria and Savitri Bisnath, eds., Gender and Development: Theoretical, Empirical and Practical Approaches, Vol. 1 (Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 2001), 367-98.

Wolf, Diane Lauren (1992). Factory Daughters: Gender, Household Dynamics, and Rural Industrialization in Java. Berkeley: University of California Press. (*)

第六 女性勞工與產業 (Week Six. Women Labor and Industries)

指定閱讀(required)

Cameron, Lisa. 2002. "Women and the Labour Market during and after the Crisis." In Kathryn Robinson and Sharon Bessell, eds., Women in Indonesia: Gender, Equity and Development (Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies), 144-57. HQ 1752.W67 2002 (TKU) (References).

Crinis, Vicki (2002). "The Stratification of Garment and Textile Industries and Labour Movements in Malaysia." In Dong-Sook S. Gills and Nicola Piper, eds., Women and Work in Globalising Asia (London: Routledge), 154-68. HD6181.85 .W653 2002 (TKU)

Rosenthal, Mila (2002). "Facing a New Revolution in Vietnam: State Textile Workers in the Post-Reform Economy." In Dong-Sook S. Gills and Nicola Piper, eds., Women and Work in Globalising Asia (London: Routledge), 112-30. HD6181.85 .W653 2002 (TKU)

Theobald, Sally (2002). "Working for Global Factory: Thai Women in Electronics Export Companies in the Northern Regional Industrial Estate." In Dong-Sook S. Gills and Nicola Piper, eds., Women and Work in Globalising Asia (London: Routledge), 131-53. HD6181.85 .W653 2002 (TKU).

Thomas, Mandy (2001). "Stitching at the Boundaries: Vietnamese Garment Industry Workers in Transnational Spaces." Intersections, Issue 5, May (http://wwwsshe.murdoch.edu.au/intersections/issue5/thomas.html).

建議閱讀(suggested)

Arriagada, Irma. 1994. "Changes in the Urban Female Labour Market." CEPAL Review, 53, August, 91-110. Reprinted in Lourdes Beneria and Savitri Bisnath, eds., Gender and Development: Theoretical, Empirical and Practical Approaches, Vol. 2 (Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 2001), 299-318. HQ 1240.G43 2001 (TKU)

Braunstein, Elissa (2000). "Engendering Foreign Direct Investment: Family Structure, Labor Markets and International Capital Mobility." World Development, 28(4), July, 1157-72.

Chant, Sylvia and cathy McIlwaine (1995). "Gender and Export Manufacturing in the Philippines: Continuity or Change in Female Employment? The Case of the Mactan Export Processing Zone." Gender, Place and Culture, 2(2), September, 147-76. (&).

Dowling, J Malcolm; Worswick, Christopher. (1999). "Labor Market Participation of Urban Women in Southeast Asia by Migration Status: Evidence from Microdata." Journal of Asian Economics. 10 (1), Spring, 91-109. (&)

Elson, Diane and Ruth Pearson (1989). Introduction: Nimble Fingers and Foreign Investments. In Diane Elson and Ruth Person, eds., Women's Employment and Multinationals in Europe (London: Macmillan), 1-11.

Heyzer, Noeleen (1986). Women and the Relocation of the Textile Industry. In Working Women in South-East Asia: Development, Subordination and Emancipation (Open University Press), 92-112.

Kurian, Rachel (1999). "Women's Work in Changing Labour Markets: The Case of Thailand in the 1980s." Afshar, Haleh and Stephanie Barrientos, eds., Women, Globalization and Fragmentation in the Developing World (New York: St Martin's Press), 174-95. HQ 1240.5.D44W657 1999 (TKU

Sagrario Floro, Maria and Kendall Schaefer (1998). "Restructuring of Labor Markets in the Philippines and Zambia: The Gender Dimension." Journal of Developing Areas, 33(1), Fall, 73-98. Reprinted in Lourdes Beneria and Savitri Bisnath, eds., Gender and Development: Theoretical, Empirical and Practical Approaches, Vol. 2 (Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 2001), 393-418. HQ 1240.G43 2001 (TKU)

Tran, Angie Ngoc (2001). "Global Subcontracting and Women Workers in Comparative Pespective." In Claes Brundenius and John Weeks, eds., Globalization and Third World Socialism: Cuba and Vietnam (Bastingstoke: Palgrave), 217-36. HC 152.5.G55 2001 (&; TKU).

第七 性別、市場與資源 (Week Seven. Gender, Markets and Resources) (學期報告題目上傳截止, deadline for term-paper title submission)

指定閱讀(required)

Bahramitash, Roksana (2005). "Who Pays for Market Fundamentalism?" Chap. 2 in Liberation from Liberalization: Gender and Globalization in South East Asia (London: Zed Books), 40-63 (Bibliography). HQ 1240.5.A785B34 2005 (TKU).

Lee, Jean S.K. and Jasmine C.L. Pow (1999). "Human Resource Policies for Women: A Study in Singapore." Journal of Management Development, 18(4), 326-41.

Lee, Susan H. (2006). Widows Access to Productive Resources. Chap. 4 in "Rice Plus": Widows and Economic Survival in Rural Cambodia (Abingdon: Routledge), 79-114. HQ 1058.5.C16L44 2006 (TKU)

Mills, Mary Beth (1997). Contesting the Margins of Modernity: Women, Migration, and Consumption in Thailand." American Ethnologist, 24(1), 37-61.

Sen, Krishna (1998). "Indonesian Women at Work: Reframing the Subject." In Krishna Sen and Maila Stivens, eds., Gender and Power in Affluent Asia (London: Routledge), 35-62. HQ1745.8 .G45 1998 (TKU)

建議閱讀(suggested)

Bahramitash, Roksana (2005). "Indonesia: Paper Tiger and the Asian Crisis." Chap. 4 in Liberation from Liberalization: Gender and Globalization in South East Asia (London: Zed Books), 106-35. HQ 1240.5.A785B34 2005 (TKU).

Bahramitash, Roksana (2005). "The Philippines: Exporting Women Is Good for Growth." Chap. 5 in Liberation from Liberalization: Gender and Globalization in South East Asia (London: Zed Books), 136-71. HQ 1240.5.A785B34 2005 (TKU).

Lee, Susan H. (2006). Rice Plus and Family Solidarity. Chap. 3 in "Rice Plus": Widows and Economic Survival in Rural Cambodia (Abingdon: Routledge), 35-78. HQ 1058.5.C16L44 2006 (TKU)

Lucas, Linda E. (2007). Unpacking Globalization: Markets, Gender, and Work. Lanham: Rowman and Littlefield.

Ong, Aihwa (1987). The Modern Corporation: Manufacturing Gender Hierarchy. In Spirits of Resistance and Capitalist Discipline: Factory Women in Malaysia (Albany: State University of New York Press). HD 1537.M27O54 1987 (TKU)

Sen, Gita (1996). "Gender, Markets and States: A Selective Review and Research Agenda." World Development, 24(5), May, 821-29. Reprinted in Lourdes Beneria and Savitri Bisnath, eds., Gender and Development: Theoretical, Empirical and Practical Approaches, Vol. 2 (Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 2001), 431-39. HQ 1240.G43 2001 (TKU)

Thanh-Dam Truong (2000). "A Feminist Perspective on the Asian Miracle and Crisis: Enlarging the Conceptual Map of Human Development." Journal of Human Development, 1(1), 159-64.

第八 女性與社會變遷 (Week Eight. Women and Social Change)

指定閱讀(required)

Bessell, Sharon (2001). "Social Cohesion and Conflict Management: Rethinking the Issues Using a Gender-Sensitive Lens." In Nat J. Colletta, Teck Ghee Lim and Anita Kelles-Viitanen, eds., Social Cohesion and Conflict Prevention in Asia: Managing Diversity Through Development (Washington, D.C.: World Bank), 183-218. HM 1121.S628 2001 (TKU).

Hung Cam Thai (2004). Clashing Dreams in the Vietnamese Diaspora: Highly Educated Overseas Brides and Low-Wage U.S. Husbands. In Nicole Constable, ed., Cross-Border Marriages: Gender and Mobility in Transnational Asia (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press), 145-65. HQ 1032.C67 2005

Lie, Merete (2000). "Two Generations: Life Stories and Social Change in Malaysia." Journal of Gender Studies, 9(1), March, 27-43.

Silvey, Rachel and Rebecca Elmhirst (2003). "Engendering Social Capital: Women Workers and Rural-Urban Networks in Indonesia's Crisis." World Development, 31(5), May, 865-79. (social capital, gender, Indonesia, Asia, social networks, economic crisis)

Warunee Fongkaew (2002). "Gender Socialization and Female Sexuality in Northern Thailand." In Lenore Manderson and Pranee Liamputtong, eds., Coming of Age in South and Southeast Asia: Youth, Courtship and Sexuality (Richmond, Surrey: Curzon Press), 147-64 (Bibliography). HQ 27.C66 2002 (TKU)

建議閱讀(suggested)

Elson, Diane and Nilufer Cagatay (2000). "The Social Content of Macroeconomic Policies." World Development, 28(7), July, 1347-64.

Khofifah Indar Parawansa. (2002). "Institution Building: An Effort to Improve Indonesian Women's Role and Status." In Kathryn Robinson and Sharon Bessell, eds., Women in Indonesia: Gender, Equity and Development (Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies), 68-77. Comment by Sue Blackburn, 78-79. HQ 1752.W67 2002 (TKU)

Lind, Amy (1997). "Gender, Development and Urban Social Change: Women's Community Action in Global Cities." World Development, 25(8), August, 1205-23. Reprinted in Lourdes Beneria and Savitri Bisnath, eds., Gender and Development: Theoretical, Empirical and Practical Approaches, Vol. 2 (Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 2001), 542-60. HQ 1240.G43 2001 (TKU)

McCarty, Adam (2001). "The Social Impact of the Reform Process." In Claes Brundenius and John Weeks, eds., Globalization and Third World Socialism: Cuba and Vietnam (Bastingstoke: Palgrave), 237-54. HC 152.5.G55 2001 (&; TKU)

Oishi, Nana (2005). Economic Development and Immigration Policies: The Role of the State and Society in Destination Countries. Chap. 2 in Women in Motion: Globalization, State Policies and Labor Migration in Asia (Stanford: Stanford University Press), 20-56. HD 6181.85.O37 2005 (TKU).

Oishi, Nana (2005). Social Legitimacy: The Nexus of Globalization and Womens Migration. Chap. 6 in Women in Motion: Globalization, State Policies and Labor Migration in Asia (Stanford: Stanford University Press), 145-69. HD 6181.85.O37 2005 (TKU).

Ria Gondowarsito (2002). "Men, Women and Community Development in East Nusa Tenggara." In Kathryn Robinson and Sharon Bessell, eds., Women in Indonesia: Gender, Equity and Development (Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies), 250-63. HQ 1752.W67 2002 (TKU).

第九 女性報酬與國民會計 (Week Nine. Womens Pay and National Accounts)

指定閱讀(required)

Bardhan, Kalpana and Stephan Klasen. 1999. "UNDP's Gender-Related Indices: A Critical Review." World Development, 27(6), June, 985-1010. Reprinted in Lourdes Beneria and Savitri Bisnath, eds., Gender and Development: Theoretical, Empirical and Practical Approaches, Vol. 1 (Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 2001), 192-217. HQ 1240.G43 2001 (TKU).

Beneria, Lourdes. 1999. "The Enduring Debate over Unpaid Labour." International Labour Review, 138(3), 287-309. Reprinted in Lourdes Beneria and Savitri Bisnath, eds., Gender and Development: Theoretical, Empirical and Practical Approaches, Vol. 1 (Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 2001), 249-71. HQ 1240.G43 2001 (TKU)

Chant, Sylvia (2006). "Re-thinking the 'Feminization of Poverty' in Relation to Aggregate Gender Indices." Journal of Human Development, 7(2), July, 201-20.

Cueva Beteta, Hanny (2006). "What is Missing in Measures of Women Empowerment?" Journal of Human Development, 7(2), July, 221-41.

Klasen, Stephan (2006). "UNDP's Gender-related Measures: Some Conceptual Problems and Possible Solutions." Journal of Human Development, 7(2), July, 243-74.

建議閱讀(suggested)

Barney, Keith (2004). "Re-encountering Resistance: Plantation Activism and Smallholder Production in Thailand and Sarawak, Malaysia." Asia Pacific Viewpoint, 45(3), December, 325-339.

Heyzer, Noeleen and Vivienne Wee (1994). "Domstic Workers in Transient Overseas Employment: Who Benefits, Who Profits." In Noeleen Heyzer et al., eds., The Trade in Domestic Workers: Causes, Mechanisms & Consequences of International Migration (Kuala Lumpur: Asian and Pacific Development Center; London; Atlantic Highlands, N.J.: Zed Books), 31-101.

Kaur, Amarjit, ed. (2004). Women Workers in Industrialising Asia: Costed, Not Valued. Basingstoke: Palgrave. HD 6181.85.W6535 2004 (TKU)

Kurian, Rachel. 1999. Womens Worker in Changing Labour Markets: The Case of Thailand in 1980s. In Haleh Afshar and Stephanie Barrientos, eds., Women, Globalization and Fragmentation in the Developing World (New York: St Martin's Press), 174-95. HQ 1240.5.D44W657 1999 (TKU)

Metcalfe, Ian (2004). "Framing Women Workers in Asia: Gender-Related Socio-Demographic and Developmental Indicators." In Amarjit Kaur, ed., Women Workers in Industrialising Asia: Costed, Not Valued (Basingstoke: Palgrave), 5-36. HD 6181.85.W6535 2004 (TKU).

Standing, Guy. 1999. "Global Feminization Through Flexible Labor: A Theme Revisited." World Development, 27(3), March, 583-602. Reprinted in Lourdes Beneria and Savitri Bisnath, eds., Gender and Development: Theoretical, Empirical and Practical Approaches, Vol. 2 (Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 2001), 319-38. HQ 1240.G43 2001 (TKU)

Stivens, Maila (1998). "Theorising Gender, Power and Modernity in Affluent Asia." In Krishna Sen and Maila Stivens, eds., Gender and Power in Affluent Asia (London: Routledge), 1-34. HQ1745.8 .G45 1998 (TKU).

討論問題:

加權和以女性貧窮加權所衡量的社會福利指數,會有何不同?以一個國家(譬如泰國)為例來加以探討

Questions for discussion:

What is the value of constructing an equal-weight or a gender poverty-weighted index of social welfare? Discuss in terms of a specific country (e.g., Thailand).

第十 女性、健康與環境 (Women, Health and Environment)

指定閱讀(required)

林開忠 (2006)跨界越南女性族群邊界的維持:食物角色的探究。〉《東南亞學刊》, (1), 63-82 (http://www.cseas.ncnu.edu.tw/journal/v03_no1/pp63-82lm.pdf).

Nicollier, Evelyne (2004). "AIDS Networks, Social Organisations and Medical Pluralism in China: Southern China and the Mainland Southeast Asia Links." 《亞太研究論壇》,期259月。

Shah, Iqbal H. and Lale Say (2007). "Maternal Mortality and Maternity Care from 1990 to 2005: Uneven but Important Gains. Reproductive Health Matters, 15(30), November, 17-27.

Smyth, Ines (1999). "Women, Industrialization and the Environment in Indonesia." In Haleh Afshar and Stephanie Barrientos, eds., Women, Globalization and Fragmentation in the Developing World (New York: St Martin's Press), 131-49. HQ 1240.5.D44W657 1999 (TKU).

建議閱讀(suggested)

Bennett, Linda Rae (2007). Women, Islam and Modernity: Single Women, Sexuality and Reproductive Health in Contemporary Indonesia. Abingdon: Routledge.

Harris, Colette and Ines Smyth (2001). "The Reproductive Health of Refugees: Lessons Beyond ICPD." Gender & Development, 9(2), July, 10-21.

Smyth, Ines (1994). "'Safe Motherhood', Family Planning and Maternal Mortality: An Indonesian Case Study." Focus on Gender, 2(2), Jun, 19-28.

UNIFEM (2003).  "Women, Gender and HIV/AIDS in East and Southeast Asia." Bangkok: UNIFEM (http://www.unifem-eseasia.org/resources/others/genaids/UNIFEMgenderaidskit.pdf). (&)

討論問題:

貧窮如何導致環境的惡化?女性貧窮相對於男性貧窮有何相同的環境影響型態?有何不同的環境影響型態?

Questions for discussion:

In what ways does poverty lead to environmental degradation? What types of environmental problems do poor women and poor men share? What are some differences in the conditions they face?

第三部 女性移動與權力 (Part III. Womens Migration and Power)

第十一 全球化下之女性移動 (Week Eleven. Womens Migration under Globalization)

指定閱讀(required)

Hugo, Graeme (2002). "Women's International Labour Migration." In Kathryn Robinson and Sharon Bessell, eds., Women in Indonesia: Gender, Equity and Development (Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies), 158-78. HQ 1752.W67 2002 (TKU) (References)

Lindio-McGovern, Ligaya (2003). "Labor Export in the Context of Globalization: The Experience of Filipino Domestic Workers in Rome." International Sociology, 18(3), 513-534 (http://iss.sagepub.com/cgi/reprint/18/3/513). (&)

Loveband, Anne (2004). "Positioning the Product: Indonesian Migrant Women Workers in Taiwan." Journal of Contemporary Asia, 34(3), 336-48. (&)

Wee, Vivienne and Amy Sim. 2003. "Transnational Labour Networks in Female Labour Migration: Mediating between Southeast Asian Women Workers and International Labour Markets." SEARC Working Paper No. 49, City University of Hong Kong, August (http://www.cityu.edu.hk/searc/WP49_03_Wee_Sim.pdf).

Sri Harijati Hatmadji (2003). "Gender Dimension of International Migration: Indonesian Case." Paper for the Ad Hoc Expert Group Meeting on Migration and Development, Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific, 27-29 August, Bangkok (http://www.unescap.org/pop/meetings/egm%5Fmigrate/Indo.pdf).

建議閱讀(suggested)

Agustin, Laura Maria (2007). Sex at the Margins: Migration, Labour Markets and the Rescue Industry. London: Zed Books.

Asis, Maruja M.B. (2003). "Asian Women Migrants: Going the Distance, But Not Far Enough." Migration Information, Migration Policy Institute, March (http://www.migrationinformation.org/Feature/display.cfm?ID=103).

Asis, Maruja M.B. (2006). "Gender Dimensions of Labor Migration in Asia." High-level panel on "The Gender Dimensions of International Migration", New York, 2 March (http://www.un.org/womenwatch/daw/csw/csw50/statements/CSW%20HLP%20Maruja%20MB%20Asis.pdf).

Chen, Ling Ping (2003). "Globalisation Inscribed in Their Lives: the Case of Overseas Female Filipino Workers." 3rd Conference on the Capability Approach: From Sustainable Development to Sustainable Freedom, 7-9 September 2003, University of Pavia, Italy (http://www.unipv.it/deontica/sen/papers/Chen.pdf). (&).

Huang, Shirlena, Brenda S.A. Yeoh and Noor Abdul Rahman, eds. (2005). Asian Women as Transnational Domestic Workers. Singapore: Marshall Cavendish Academic. HD 6072.I56 2004 (TKU)

Lin Lean Lim and Nana Oishi (1996). International Labor Migration of Asia Women: Distinctive Characteristics and Policy Concerns. In Graziano Battistella and Anthony Pagatoni, eds., Asian Women in Migration (Quezon City, Philippines: Scalabrini Migration Center), 23-53.

Narasimhan, Sakuntala. (2007). "A Gender Perspective on Migration." The New Indian Express (Bangalore), 10 July. (&)

Piper, Nicola and Mina Roces, eds. (2003). Wife or Worker? Asian Women and Migration. Lanham: Rowman and Littlefield Publishing Group.

Suzuki, Nobue (2004). Tripartite Desires: Filipina-Japanese Marriages and Fantasies of Transnational Traversal. In Nicole Constable, ed., Cross-Border Marriages: Gender and Mobility in Transnational Asia (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press), 124-44. HQ 1032.C67 2005

Wille, Christina and Basia Passl, eds. (2001). Change and Continuity: Female Labour Migration in South East Asia. Bangkok: the ARCM (Asian Research Centre for Migration), Institute for Asian Studies, Chulalongkorn University (http://digital-library.unesco.org/shs/most/gsdl/cgi-bin/library?e=d-000-00---0most--00-0-0--0prompt-10---4----dtx--0-1l--1-en-50---20-about-Female+Labour+Migration--00031-001-1-0utfZz-8-00&a=q&q=50SA&h=dsr&ifl=1) (&).

討論問題:

從全球競爭的技術需求來看,國際移民對人口輸出與輸入國各有何利益?這些利益在各國是如何分配的?

Questions for discussion:

What are the benefits to labor exporting and importing countries respectively in international migration, from the perspective of skill requirements in globalization? How are these benefits distributed domestically?

第十二 婦女NGOs與能力建構 (Week Twelve. Womens NGOs and Capability)

指定閱讀(required)

Abdullah, Rashidah (2003). "NGO Advocacy on Women's Health and Rights in Southeast Asia." Development, 46(2), June, 33-37

Ford, Michele (2002). "Responses to Changing Labour Relations: The Case of Women's NGOs in Indonesia." In Dong-Sook S. Gills and Nicola Piper, eds., Women and Work in Globalising Asia (London: Routledge), 90-111. HD6181.85 .W653 2002 (TKU).

Hilsdon, Anne-Marie (2000). “The Contemplacion Fiasco: The Hanging of a Filipino Domestic Worker in Singapore. In Anne-Marie Hilsdon, Vera Mackie and Maila Stivens, eds., Human Rights and Gender Politics in the Asia-Pacific (London and New York: Routledge), 172-92. JC 599.A78H825 2000 (TKU).

建議閱讀(suggested)

白怡娟、白秀娟 (2002)女性勞動、組織管理與性別平權。〉《兩性平等教育季刊》,期2010月,頁102-111

Fraser, Arvonne S. and Irene Tinker, eds. 2004. Developing Power: How Women Transformed International Development. New York: Feminist Press.

討論問題:

爭取女性之健康與生育權的非政府組織之推廣策略為何?他們所依據的基本理念為何?

Questions for discussion:

What are the strategies for NGOs in advocating womens health and reproductive rights? What are the ideologies behind those advocacies?

第十三 婦女組織與賦權 (Week Thirteen. Womens Organizations and Empowerment)

指定閱讀(required)

Baso, Zohra A. and Nurul Ilmi Idrus (2002). "Women's Activism against Violence in South Sulawesi." In Kathryn Robinson and Sharon Bessell, eds., Women in Indonesia: Gender, Equity and Development (Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies), 198-208 (References). HQ 1752.W67 2002 (TKU).

Sen, Krishna (2000). The Human Rights of Gendered Citizens: Notes from Indonesia. In Anne-Marie Hilsdon, Vera Mackie and Maila Stivens, eds., Human Rights and Gender Politics in the Asia-Pacific (London and New York: Routledge), 107-23. JC 599.A78H825 2000 (TKU).

Yamanaka, Keiko and Nicola Piper (2005). "Feminized Migration in East and Southeast Asia: Policies, Actions and Empowerment." United Nations Research Institute for Social Development, Occasional Paper 11, December (http://www.bnu.edu.cn/laogong/down/Keiko_Yamanaka_paper.pdf).

建議閱讀(suggested)

Bhatt, Ela (1989). "Toward Empowerment." World Development, 17(7), July, 1059-65. Reprinted in Lourdes Beneria and Savitri Bisnath, eds., Gender and Development: Theoretical, Empirical and Practical Approaches, Vol. 1 (Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 2001), 511-17. HQ 1240.G43 2001 (TKU).

Foley, Rebecca (2003). Violence against Women: The Challenge for Malaysian Women. In Lenore Manderson and Linda Rae Bennett, eds., Violence against Women in Asian Societies: Gender Inequality and Technologies of Violence (London: RoutledgeCurzon), 130-48. HV 6250.4.W65V564 2003 (TKU)

Hicks, Douglas A. (2002). "Gender, Discrimination, and Capability." Journal of Religious Ethics, 30(1), Spring, 137-54.

Lee, Jean (2005). Perception of Women Managers in Singapore: A Media Analysis. In John Benson and Vimolwan Yukongdi, eds., Women in Asian Management (London: Routledge), 92-109. HD 6054.4.A78W675 2006 (TKU)

Savery, Lynn (2007). Engendering the State: The International Diffusion of Women's Human Rights. Abingdon: Routledge.

Vimolwan Yukongdi (2005). Women in Management in Thailand: Advancement and Prospects. In John Benson and Vimolwan Yukongdi, eds., Women in Asian Management (London: Routledge), 126-40. HD 6054.4.A78W675 2006 (TKU)

討論問題:

國際對印尼的援助有哪些性別面向?哪一方面的困境是最難解決的?

Questions for discussion:

What are the gender aspects in international assistance to Indonesia? In which aspect the problems are the most difficult to dissolve?

拾壹、其他參考書籍

J. Additional References

Atkinson, Jane and Shelly Errington, eds. (1990). Power and Difference: Gender in Island Southeast Asia. Stanford: Stanford University Press. HQ1075.5.A785 P68 1990 (中研院亞太研究室)

Bao, Jiemin (2004). Marital Acts: Gender, Sexuality, and Identity among the Chinese Thai Diaspora. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press. DS 570.C5B36 2005 (TKU)

Conrad, Joseph (1951). Under Western Eyes. New York: New Directions. PR 6005.O4U5 1951; PR 6005.O4U5 1957 (TKU)

Drummond, Lisa and Helle Rydstrom. 2004. Gender Practices in Contemporary Vietnam. Singapore: Singapore University Press.

Griffin-Cohen, Marjorie and Janine Brodie, eds. (2007). Remapping Gender in the New Global Order. Abingdon: Routledge.

Lyons, Lenore. 2004. A State of Ambivalence: Feminist Movement in Singapore. Leiden: Brill Academic Publishers. HQ 1750.67.L95 2004 (TKU)

Lambert, Caroline, Sharon Pickering and Christine Alder, eds. (2003). Critical Chatter: Women and Human Rights in South East Asia. Carolina Academic Press.

Manderson, Lenore and Linda Rae Bennett, eds. 2003. Violence against Women in Asian Societies: Gender Inequality and Technologies of Violence. London: RoutledgeCurzon. HV 6250.4.W65V564 2003 (TKU)

Mann, Susan, ed. (2004). Women and Gender Relations. Ann Arbor, MI: Association for Asian Studies. HQ 1726.W63 2004 (TKU)

Marching, Soe Tjen (2007). The Discrepancy Between the Public and the Private Selves of Indonesian Women: A Comparison of Published and Unpublished Autobiographies and Diaries. Lewiston: Edward Mellen Press.

Parpart, Jane L., M. Patricia Connelly, and V. Eudine Barriteau, eds. 2000. Theoretical Perspectives on Gender and Development. IDRC. (part 1) (part 2)

Poulsen, Anders (2007). Childbirth and Tradition in Northeast Thailand: Forty Years of Development and Cultural Change. NIAS Pres.

Taylor, Jean Gelman, ed. (1997). Women Creating Indonesia: The First Fifty Years. Clayton, Vic., Australia: Monash Asia Institute. HQ1752 W666 1997 (中研院亞太研究圖書室/Asia-Pacific Research Library, Academia Sinica)).

U.N. WomenWatch (2007). "Directory of UN Resources on Gender and Women's Issues: South and South-East Asia." http://www.un.org/womenwatch/asp/user/list.asp?ParentID=11112 (Retrieved 06/0207) (&)

Werner, Jayne and Daniele Belanger, eds. (2002). Gender, Household, State: Doi Moi in Viet Nam. Ithaca: Cornell University Southeast Asia Program Publications.

Whitehouse, Gillian, ed. (2007). Equal Pay for Women: Trends and Prospects in Cross-National Perspective. Abingdon: Routledge

WIN News (2000). "Reports from Around the World: Asia and Pacific. The Situation of Women Workers in Asia." WIN News, Summer (http://www.findarticles.com/cf_0/m2872/3_26/64719756/print.jhtml).

World Bank (2000). "Countries That Reduce Gender Gaps Have Less Corruption and Faster Growth, says New World Bank Study." News Release No: 2000/381/S, June 1 (Washington, D.C.: World Bank).

拾貳、成績考核

一、                      出席及參與(10%):學生在上課前必須先仔細閱讀指定資料,曠課超過兩次將會明顯影響學期成績。

二、              提問 (20%):就指定閱讀於上課前提出(最少三個)分析性問題,問題必須顯示對所閱讀資料有深切的了解,並與該堂課目有密切之關聯性。學生必須依據課堂上的討論回答該等問題,並於下次上課前繳交。每一學生最少必須選擇三次的指定閱讀並提出三組問題,若超過三組則以最高的三次成績為

三、              學期報告之課堂報告(10%):學生必須在課堂上簡短報告(十分鐘以內)其學期報告(見下),並於十分鐘以內回答同學的問題。

四、              繳交學期報告(30%):學生必須提交一篇5-7頁針對相關性別與發展議題的學期政策報告,分析特定問題的起因,並提出解決之建議。報告題目必須在期中考之前提出,並取得授課老師的核可。報告將於課堂上討論,並於上課兩天前公布於教學平台上。評分的依據為報告的內涵、分析的完整性、建議的可行性,以及課堂簡報資料的充分性與說服性。學生可提出三份草稿,以最後一份定稿作為評分之依據。截止日期將另行公佈。

五、              對報告之回應(5%):學生必須對其他同學的報告提出書面或口頭回應,回應必須在課堂報告當時或其後(一天之內)提出。

六、              習題(25%)

K. Course Requirements:

1.        Course participation (10%): Students are expected to read carefully prior the class, to attend each class and to class discussion.

2.        Question raising (20%): Each student is required to pose, at least three, analytical questions before each class, which should reveal her/his understanding of the readings and be closely related to the class topic. Students have to submit responses/answers to her/his own questions, according to discussions in the class, before the next class. Each student has to choose at least three topics and raise three sets of questions accordingly during the semester, and will be graded with the top three scores if there are more than three sets of questions.

3.        In-class oral presentation (10%): Each student is expected to present her/his review report (see below) orally in the class (within ten minutes) and respond to inquiries by other students (within ten minutes).

4.        Review-paper submission (30%): Each student is required to submit a policy paper of 5-7 pages related to gender and development before the end of semester. The paper will analyze initiations of specific problems and make resolving suggestions. The paper title has to be submitted before the mid-term exam week and approved by the instructor. The paper will be discussed in the class which should be announced on the Platform at least two days before the class. The report is graded according to its content, comprehensiveness of analysis, feasibility of suggestions as well as sufficiency and persuasiveness of data presented. Each student is allowed to submit three drafts which will be graded with the last one.

5.        Response to other students’ review paper (5%): Each student is expected to respond, orally or in writing, to other students’ paper presentation which should be made during or after (within one day) the class.

6.        Homework (if any) (25%).