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Wiley Celebrates International Women’s Day

Since 2013, we have supported the cause of gender equality by compiling a research collection of the latest developments in gender studies, women’s rights, and more. In 2016, we are thrilled to announce that this collection has grown to include close to 1,000 research articles and book chapters from across the social sciences, humanities, health […]

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Free China Research

China is a country of great importance and political interest in the world. The Chinese Communist Party has ruled the country since 1949; it has over 73 million members, making it the biggest political party in the world. We invite you to explore China further in an extensive collection of content which is free until […]

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The Legacy of Mr. Lee Kuan Yew

Today, Singaporeans are saddened by the departure of Mr. Lee Kuan Yew, the founding father of Singapore, who died on March 23, at the age of 91. Despite his controversial policies, he is respected as a leader with great foresight, who has led Singapore from a third world country to a first world country. Today, […]

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usage of emoticons

Do Japanese and American smile differently on Twitter?

While more East Asians prefer ^_^, Westerners tend to use :-) to illustrate their emotion while typing on net. In other words, people living within collectivistic cultures such as Korea, China and Japan prefer vertical style of emoticons and those with individualistic cultural background including North American and European countries use more horizontal style when […]

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New Issue on Study of Gender: 25 Years of Gender & History

2013 marks the 25th anniversary of Gender & History. To celebrate this milestone for the journal, a new virtual issue has been created featuring highlights from the past 25 years. The virtual issue features articles, audio clips, commentary and a video interview with the founding editor Leonore Davidoff. Introduction on New Virtual Issue This virtual […]

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