The twenty-five maiden ladies' tomb and predicaments of the feminist movement in Taiwan

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Anru Lee; Wen-hui Anna Tang;
(2010)
  • Publisher: DEU
  • Journal: issn: 1868-1026, eissn: 1868-4874
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  • Subject: symbol | historische Entwicklung | H53 | empirical | Geschlecht | Gedächtnis | young adult | historical | cultural factors | Political institutions and public administration - Asia (Asian studies only) | Regierung | shipping | Diskurs | deskriptive Studie | Heirat | Sozialwissenschaften, Soziologie | empirisch-qualitativ | Social science; women's studies; women's movements; marriage; urban development; contemporary | History | Social science | Social History, Historical Social Research | Frau | Taiwan | Contemporary | Katastrophe | kulturelle Faktoren | Schifffahrt | empirisch | memory | woman | death | gender | Social sciences and state - Asia (Asian studies only) | Tod | accident | historical development | disaster | Frauen- und Geschlechterforschung | government | marriage | urban development | Gedenkstätte | historisch | wedding | memorial | junger Erwachsener | cemetery | Women's Studies, Feminist Studies, Gender Studies | Stadtentwicklung | qualitative empirical | Frauenbewegung | Asia | Friedhof | descriptive study | Asien | women's studies | religion | Geschichte | discourse | Unfall | JQ1-6651 | 300 | Sozialgeschichte, historische Sozialforschung | 305 | women's movements | Social sciences, sociology, anthropology | women's movement
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“The Twenty-five Maiden Ladies’ Tomb” is the collective burial site of the female workers who died in a ferry accident on their way to work in 1973. The fact that of the more than 70 passengers on board all 25 who died were unmarried young ... View more
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