Gender Inequality in Modern Hong Kong Society

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Gender Inequality
In Modern Hong Kong Society.

Table of Contents
TABLE OF CONTENTS.....................................................................................……….i
LIST OF GRAPHS...............................................................................................……...ii
LIST OF TABLES...............................................................................................……....ii
1 Abstract 1
2 Thesis Statement 2
3 Methodology 3
4.1 Recommendation to Reduce Gender Inequality in Work Place 4
4.2 Recommendations About Gender Equality in the Education 5
4.3 Recommendation to Reduce Gender Inequality Within Families 6
4.4 Recommendation to Reduce Gender Inequality in Media 8
4.5 Recommendation to Reduce
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However, most people know how to solve the problem of gender inequality, as most of the respondents will complain to the Equal Opportunities Commission (EOC) and complain to the company managers.
In the employment part of research, men employees have higher opportunities to engage in high-level positions, but there is no evidence to show that to be laid off due to employees’ genders. In the education part of research, from the results of survey, it shows only a small degree of gender inequality in education system. Most of interviewees will spend the same proportion on their sons and daughters. For family part, we find that the gender inequality exists in families. The expectation of women is getting higher, they only need to take care the family, and also need to bear economic burden. Also men still hold more power than women, they act as a leader in decision-making. In media part, over a half of interviewees agreed that mass media always creates gender inequality, specially TV and magazines. We also find that gender inequality exists in politics nowadays, women have less opportunity to be elected, and in the villages of New Territories women have no rights for voting and electing.

2 Thesis Statement
Recognising that men and women, should have equal status for human rights In Hong Kong, we have Equal Opportunities Commission (EOC) and the United Nations Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against
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