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The Exploration of Methods and Experiences from Vocational-High-School Students’ Active Pursue Male
empowerment;active pursue;femininity;vocational-high-school students
|Issue Date: ||2011-05-26 10:32:17 (UTC+8)|
This study using qualitative research to explore the experience from Vocational-High-School Students’ Active Pursue Male, and try to find how they develop self-empowerment. This research discovered that Vocational-High-School Students mix the pursuing activity with their traditional female attributions handily, and forms a specific active behavior under the frame of “fatherhood organization ” and “male active, female passive”, for example, to declare love by technological implements, to deliver their thought by the gift they made by themselves, using the affection of companions to send messages, and to accompany the male one in very little free time. This research also discovered that the Vocational-High-School Students who were interviewed actualize the self-empowerment gradually by changing their concept, learning new knowledge, and putting theory into practice, and they also can evert the pattern in which female were always pursued by male. This research tell us that “managing love” can not only help adolescent female inspect the interactive pattern when they are falling in love, but also provide benefits in developing gender knowledge and expanding gender vision.
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