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Name: Wei Guoying
Location (province): Beijing
Unit: Peking University
Title / Position: Editor-in-Chief of Periodical of Peking University; Deputy Director of Women's Studies Center of Peking University
Research subjects:
Undertake projects: 1. Participant in Peking University's project: "The Basic Theory of Women's Studies," and "Peking University Women Faculty's Dual Role and Their Choices and Confusion" 2. Participant in Ford Foundation project, "The Origin and Development of Chinese Contemporary Gender Stereotypes" 3. Participant in the project, "Family Culture Impact on the Formulation of Youth Gender Stereotypes" 4. Participant in Ford Foundation project, "Research and Display of Chinese Women’s Folk Art" 5. Participant in the project, "Comparative Study on the Influence of the Change of Chinese – Korean Marriage and Family Policies on Women in the Past Five Decades"(cooperative project between PKU and Myongji University of Korea) 6. Participant in the project, "Online Survey on Gender Expectation in Contemporary China and Women and Men in China's Economic Activity" (cooperative project between PKU and Asian Women's Development Association)
Achievements: 1.Examination of Education from Gender Perspective, Xuelin Publishing House, 2007
2. My World of Folk Art: Life Accounts of 80 Women , Peking University Press, 2007
3. Introduction to Women's Studies, Peking University Press, 2000
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