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Gender trends in Southeast Asia

Gender trends in Southeast Asia

women now, women in the future

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Published by Institute of Southeast Asian Studies in Singapore .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited by Theresa W. Devasahayam.
ContributionsDevasahayam, Theresa W., Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.
The Physical Object
Paginationxvii, 115 p. :
Number of Pages115
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23925816M
ISBN 109789812309556, 9789812309563
LC Control Number2009508489

  History of Southeast Asia from prehistoric times to the contemporary period. This vast area is situated east of the Indian subcontinent and south of China. It consists of a continental projection and a string of archipelagoes to the south and east of the mainland. Learn more about the region in this article. Southeast Asian patterns of marriage are more diverse than those in other regions of Asia. Some Southeast Asian countries – notably Singapore, Thailand and Myanmar – have patterns of delayed marriage among women – especially the highly educated – rivalling those of East Asia.

Investing in Women: Closing the Gender Capital Gap in Southeast Asia Investing in women makes smart economics. Yet, women, especially poor women, remain economically marginalized — working harder, receiving less income, and enjoying less decision. Although the societies of island Southeast Asia(Malaysia, Indonesia, and the Philippines, plus Brunei and Singapore) are known for their egalitarian relations between men and women, subtle differences in power and status do exist. These differences are often difficult to conceptualize, and, consequently, the theoretical issues posed by such relatively egalitarian gender systems .

  Within Southeast Asia, the most gender-equal countries are Thailand, at , i.e., females only percent below males, tied for 14th in world gender-equality, and the Philippines at , i.e., females only percent below males, tied for : Mahar Mangahas. Asia - Asia - Demographic trends: Asia constitutes roughly one-third of the world’s land area and is home to about three-fifths of its population. The continent includes the two most populous countries, China and India, which together account for nearly two-fifths of all people. About it would have been relatively easy to describe the population and ethnic distribution of Asia.


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