An Investigation of Rural Women Human Capital Investment in China

Wen LIU

Abstract



This research note examines the nature of rural women human capital in China. The study concludes that rural women human capital investment in China were constrained as a consequence of the interface of gender ideologies and social and economic structure constraints. The direction of future changes may depend on the level of involvement from external forces as well as internal adopted by Chinese rural women .
Key words: Rural Women, Human Capital, Human Capital Investment
Résumé: L’article présent examine la nature du capital humain des femmes rurales en Chine. On conclut de l’étude que l’investissement en capital humain des femmes rurales en Chine était contrainte comme une conséquence de l’interface entre l’idéologie de sexe et les contraintes structurales sociales et économiques. La direction du changement futur dépendrait du niveau de participation des forces externes et internes adoptées par les femmes rurales chinoises.
Mots-Clés: femme rurale, capital humain, investissement en capital humain

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2Fj.css.1923669720070305.007

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