An Evening with Kimberly Chang
ponsored by Radford University's
Center for Gender Studies1

In Rm 107, The International Education Building
7:30 pm - wednesday - january 19th, 2000
 are invited to attend her talk on:

Women Entrepreneurs in China's Socialist Market Economy  
See Also Evenings  [Admission is Free]  with Dr. Chen  &  Dr. Chow
    Dr. Chang received her Ph.D. in social and political psychology at the Maxwell School at Syracuse. She taught at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology for seven years, and has just returned from there to accept a position at Hampshire College. In her dissertation research, she studied moral conflict among Chinese students during the Tiananmen Square protests in 1989. For the past seven years, she has been teaching and doing research in Hong Kong on various issues related to globalization, gender and cultural identity in Asia. She has published in a variety of professional journals. Her most recent project is her part of a collaborative study of professional and business women in three Chinese societies: Hong Kong, Taiwan, and China. In this project, she has focused on the ways in which women entrepreneurs "do gender" in order to do business in China's emerging socialist marketing economy. Feminist theory is one of her research interests.
     The full title of Her presentation is: Gender, Guanxi, and Power:  Women Entrepreneurs in China's Socialist Market Economy

1Additional RU Co-Sponsors:  Women's Studies -  International Education

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