Presents the results of a study of 84 first year undergraduates in Hong Kong which looked at discrimination due to gender. Considers the female students’ experience in relation to home, school and work showing that the study suggests they face blatant and subtle sexist attitudes in all areas. Looks at the male perception of discrimination against women which implies that some recognize and sympathise with the issue, whilst others hint that there is a backlash against the feminist movement. Discusses the implication of the findings.
Ng, C. (2001), "Locations of sex discrimination and reverse discrimination: Hong Kong University students’ experiences and perceptions", Equal Opportunities International, Vol. 20 No. 3, pp. 1-11. https://doi.org/10.1108/02610150110786570Download as .RIS
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