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FEMALE DISCRIMINAION AT JAPANESE WORKPLACES IN BANGKOK METROPOLITAN REGION, THAILAND

Chaidarun, Darunchai (2011)
Centre for East and South-East Asian Studies, Lund University
Abstract
The purpose of this study was to find female discrimination at Japanese workplaces in Bangkok metropolitan region because Japanese working system contain high female discrimination and gender inequality. Thus it was interesting to know the situation of female discrimination in Japanese firms in Thailand whether it exists or not. In this thesis, the feminist research approach was used as the main framework, and the quantitative method as the main research method. For the quantitative analysis, the 120 e-questionnaires were sent to the Thai female workers at Japanese firms in Bangkok metropolitan region. There were 77 answered respondents. In the questionnaire, the questions were divided into two parts which are general questions and female... (More)
The purpose of this study was to find female discrimination at Japanese workplaces in Bangkok metropolitan region because Japanese working system contain high female discrimination and gender inequality. Thus it was interesting to know the situation of female discrimination in Japanese firms in Thailand whether it exists or not. In this thesis, the feminist research approach was used as the main framework, and the quantitative method as the main research method. For the quantitative analysis, the 120 e-questionnaires were sent to the Thai female workers at Japanese firms in Bangkok metropolitan region. There were 77 answered respondents. In the questionnaire, the questions were divided into two parts which are general questions and female discrimination-related questions. SPSS was utilized as the main program for statistical analysis. In SPSS, descriptive statistics: frequency and tabulation, and correlation, were analyzed. The conclusions were that Thai female employees do not feel that they are discriminated, and high-salary women feel dissatisfied with their remuneration. (Less)
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Chaidarun, Darunchai
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H2 - Master's Degree (Two Years)
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Thailand, female discrimination, Japanese workplace, Bangkok
language
English
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2158273
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2011-09-15 15:50:29
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  abstract     = {The purpose of this study was to find female discrimination at Japanese workplaces in Bangkok metropolitan region because Japanese working system contain high female discrimination and gender inequality. Thus it was interesting to know the situation of female discrimination in Japanese firms in Thailand whether it exists or not. In this thesis, the feminist research approach was used as the main framework, and the quantitative method as the main research method. For the quantitative analysis, the 120 e-questionnaires were sent to the Thai female workers at Japanese firms in Bangkok metropolitan region. There were 77 answered respondents. In the questionnaire, the questions were divided into two parts which are general questions and female discrimination-related questions. SPSS was utilized as the main program for statistical analysis. In SPSS, descriptive statistics: frequency and tabulation, and correlation, were analyzed. The conclusions were that Thai female employees do not feel that they are discriminated, and high-salary women feel dissatisfied with their remuneration.},
  author       = {Chaidarun, Darunchai},
  keyword      = {Thailand,female discrimination,Japanese workplace,Bangkok},
  language     = {eng},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {FEMALE DISCRIMINAION AT JAPANESE WORKPLACES IN BANGKOK METROPOLITAN REGION, THAILAND},
  year         = {2011},
}