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This text concentrates on exploring the changing relationship between the state and working women in Taiwan by incorporating social, economic, political and ideological factors into the historical analysis. It traces the history of state policies on women's employment, the impact of family and gender ideology on women's employment, women's roles in capitalist development, and the influence of women's movements on policy-making in Taiwan. Finally, it analyzes the Taiwanese welfare regime in a gender-critical way.
FEN-LING CHEN is an Assistant Professor of Social Welfare at the University of Hsuanchuang, Shinchu, Taiwan, working on a comparative study of women's health policies. She is the author of Family Policy (in Chinese).