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Academic Journal of Humanities & Social Sciences, 2021, 4(12); doi: 10.25236/AJHSS.2021.041203.

Gender Equality in New Public Management Movement Practice Based on the Perspective from Feminism of Virginia Woolf


Xiaofeng Ma

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Xiaofeng Ma

College of Humanities and Law, Beijing University of Chemical and Technology, Beijing 100029, China


Feminism is a common word for a complicated phenomenon, which deals with women’s standard, searches for the equality between men and women, and strives for eliminating the barriers preventing the liberation and development of the women. In the development of woman literature, there are many outstanding women writer and Virginia Woolf is a quite representative one. Her works had been studied by the authoritative scholars and enriched the feminist thoughts. And her work A Room of One’s Own is considered to be a feministic declaration, which also has its deep realistic influence. Her thoughts, the inequality between women and men cause women request equal status with men who lead to more and more feminist movement began. So until 20th century, the New Public Management Movement did people pay more attention to women’s rights and the feminist movement out broke. 


Feminism, New Public Management, Virginia Woolf

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Xiaofeng Ma. Gender Equality in New Public Management Movement Practice Based on the Perspective from Feminism of Virginia Woolf. Academic Journal of Humanities & Social Sciences (2021) Vol. 4, Issue 12: 10-14. https://doi.org/10.25236/AJHSS.2021.041203.


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