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Pressure to marry, have children discourage Chinese women from pursuing Ph.D.

Despite having reached parity with men in every educational level, women in China only make up a third of all Ph.D. students in the country. Generally, however, they account for 50.6 percent of all postgraduates. Social stigma and misogyny, as per The South China Morning Post on Aug. 14, appeared to be two of the factors that discourage Chinese women from taking the plunge and pursuing doctoral degrees. There is a misogynist rhetoric against female Ph.D.s who are labeled as a third type of person, no

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