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研究生:辛西雅
研究生(外文):FLORES,CINTHYA
論文名稱:社會企業之賦權-以發展中國家女性為探討
論文名稱(外文):Empowerment through Social Entrepreneurship; Connecting Women in the Developing World to their Local Resources
指導教授:林耀南林耀南引用關係
指導教授(外文):LIN,YAO-NAN
口試委員:楊君琦莊伯仲
口試日期:2016-03-25
學位類別:碩士
校院名稱:輔仁大學
系所名稱:國際創業與經營管理學程碩士在職專班
學門:商業及管理學門
學類:企業管理學類
論文種類:學術論文
論文出版年:2016
畢業學年度:104
語文別:英文
論文頁數:46
外文關鍵詞:WomenEmpowermentSocial Enterprise and Developing Countries
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Through gaining an understanding of the current status in social entrepreneurship, women’s empowerment and existing gender issues, the goal of this study is to create a clearer path for aspiring individuals by pointing out observations of successes, failures, approaches and advice that can be applied to various attempts at social entrepreneurship. As social enterprises gain momentum in the approach to business management throughout the world, understanding its effects and possible contributions to societies can be instrumental in its application. Through in depth interviews, analyzing recent case studies and researching women’s empowerment work around the world, this study concludes that women’s empowerment work is a social good that creates a ripple effect of benefits in communities it is practiced in. Social entrepreneurship as a means to women’s empowerment can be challenging and many times disheartening. It can be difficult to know the correct steps to take but having passion for the work makes all the difference.
Through gaining an understanding of the current status in social entrepreneurship, women’s empowerment and existing gender issues, the goal of this study is to create a clearer path for aspiring individuals by pointing out observations of successes, failures, approaches and advice that can be applied to various attempts at social entrepreneurship. As social enterprises gain momentum in the approach to business management throughout the world, understanding its effects and possible contributions to societies can be instrumental in its application. Through in depth interviews, analyzing recent case studies and researching women’s empowerment work around the world, this study concludes that women’s empowerment work is a social good that creates a ripple effect of benefits in communities it is practiced in. Social entrepreneurship as a means to women’s empowerment can be challenging and many times disheartening. It can be difficult to know the correct steps to take but having passion for the work makes all the difference.
Table of Contents
Abstract i
Acknowledgements ii
Chapter I: Introduction 1
Inspiration for this Research 1
Casa Guatemala 1
Women’s Contribution to the Economy 3
What We Hope to Gain 4
Definitions 5
Chapter II: Literature Review 8
Understanding Social Entrepreneurship 8
What is Entrepreneurship? 8
Motivations for Entrepreneurship 9
What is Social Enterprise? 10
Limitations and Enablers of a Social Enterprise 12
Differentiation Among Models 13
Connection to the Developing World 14
Women’s Empowerment 15
Principles of Empowerment 15
Strength in Empowerment 16
The Necessity for Women’s Empowerment 17
Successes in Empowering Women 19
Current Projects Worth Mentioning 20
Gender Issues 22
General Issues 22
Women’s Issues in Social Enterprise 25
Chapter III: Research Methodology 27
Research Tools 27
Inclusion and Exclusion Factors 27
Methodology 27
In Depth Interviews 29
My Crow Angels 29
Karunalayam Rural Welfare Society (KRWS) 31
Seño Flori 33
Chapter IV: Results 37
Interview Discussion and Commonalities 37
Chapter V: Conclusion 38
Limitations 38
Suggestions for Future Research 38
Practical Application 38
Final Words 39
Appendix 41
Resources 43


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