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China Has Moved from A Centralized Communist Model Essay

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COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS ESSAY 2
Over the last decades, as China has moved from a centralized communist model to a
market economy geared to growth and efficiency, so has the public and private domains of the
country been gradually divided. While others link increasing gender inequality to the change to
the economy, we rely on Chinese feminist analysis and offer a theoretical structure for how the
two-sphere division in contemporary China (Rao & Nitya, 2017), rooted in how gender equality
was structured in the communist period, was motivated by the state and further explained by
shifting philosophies of gender. Culture continues lean-to gender discrimination in terms of the
general public's views towards single people and unfair divorce rule. The paper will argue that
for most cases, gender inequality has been on the rise in the country, and the source has been the
unfair marriage law and family values against women and girls. In what sections of Chinese
society does this phenomenon emerge. Later, alternatively, the paper will compare with that of
India.
In a paper that uses domestic violence advocacy as a case study to explore how non-
governmental feminist feminists organizing in China, through their involvement with
international gender equity advocacy and fundamental human rights principles, have created new
awareness. They investigate how an epistemic culture has formed in China, based on domestic
abuse. As a human rights problem, this culture subscribes to universal interpretations of violence
against women (Milwertz & Bu, 2007). They illustrate how the implementation of human rights
principles by activists takes place in many phases and learning cycles located within them. They
claim that activists have entered a global emancipatory epistemic culture by participating in this
initiatives-one that they already apply to Chinese society. Social media activists have been on the
rise in china demanding that gender-based violence against men should come to an end. They

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Running head: COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS ESSAY Comparative Analysis Essay Student name [Institutional Affiliation(s)] 1 COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS ESSAY 2 Over the last decades, as China has moved from a centralized communist model to a market economy geared to growth and efficiency, so has the public and private domains of the country been gradually divided. While others link increasing gender inequality to the change to the economy, we rely on Chinese feminist analysis and offer a theoretical structure for how the two-sphere division in contemporary China (Rao & Nitya, 2017), rooted in how gender equality was structured in the communist period, was motivated by the state and further explained by shifting philosophies of gender. Culture continues lean-to gender discrimination in terms of the general public's views towards single people and unfair divorce rule. The paper will argue that for most cases, gender inequality has been on the rise in the country, and the source has been the unfair marriage law and family values against women and girls. In what sections of Chinese society does this phenomenon emerge. Later, alternatively, the paper will compare with that of India. In a paper that uses domestic violence advocacy as a case study to explore how nongovernmental feminist feminists organizing in China, through their involvement with international gender equity advocacy and fundamental human rights principles, have created new awareness. They investigate how an epistemic culture ...
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