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The Restraining Factors for the Academic Development of Female Academics and the Countermeasures in China

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ABSTRACT

Female academics are an integral part in colleges and universities, playing a more and more important role in the development of higher education in China. Female academics are the part of main working force that cannot be neglected in higher education, especially in knowledge-based economy. This paper will commence to present the facts and situation of female academics’ achievement by some statistical data. Then, the significance of the female academics professional development will be discussed. The causes that restrain the female academics’ professional development will be analyzed in China. Some suggestions and countermeasures for their academic research development will be discussed.

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Huang, P. , Yu, G. and Ma, C. (2014) The Restraining Factors for the Academic Development of Female Academics and the Countermeasures in China. Open Journal of Social Sciences, 2, 468-475. doi: 10.4236/jss.2014.26055.

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