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A Study of Female Learners' Meanings of Taking Part in the Immigrant Educational Program for Mariage-Immigrants from China
The Peng Wan-Ru (PWR) Foundation's model is based on economic autonomy, implementing the Scandinavian form of democratic participation in Taiwan, and creating new models and styles for women's movements. Although various studies have investigated the PWR Foundation model, we remain unable to understand the phenomenon thoroughly. This study uses the organization's timeline, within context, to develop a complete strategy. Using the organizational timeline, we analyze the reason women's participation in politics evolved into concerns for women's safety and employment opportunities through a detailed exploration of work safety practices and caregiving policy. From the perspective of social innovation, the organization itself and its history and empowerment reveal the true nature of the PWR model and its developmental strategy. Additionally, using "social enterprise" as a theoretical base for comparison, the PWR foundation model can be distinguished clearly from that of the Scandinavian development. Finally, regarding affairs, policy and theory provide effective suggestions to government, the non-profit sector, and academia.
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