A Study on the Organizational Functions of the Women’s Federation: Its Progress and Some Reflections

Suchun WAN

Abstract


Objective reasons lie in the emergence of studies on the organizational functions of Women’s Federation, which is a corollary of the evolution of organizational roles and social development, and the realistic demand for deepening reforms. After years of exploration, this paper probes into the organizational concept, types of Women’s Federation’s organizational functions, review how they evolved, and analyzes the influencing factors, through which the reform paths and methods are summarized and the crucial progress made in functional studies is sorted out. Based on that, this paper put forward some thoughts on the reform of the Women’s Federation’s organizational functions in the new era.


Keywords


The organizational functions of Women’s Federation; Research progress; Thoughts on the reform

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/12121

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