妇女在农业中的作用和拥有土地的权利也被认为与她的政治代表性有关。 这表明作者依赖两性之间的平等概念。 如果一个国家想要代表平等，并且在实施时能够带来一种取代传统古老价值观的社会结构的新视野，那么就必须为女性提供法律支持。
Women’s role in farming and her rights of owning land is also seen to be related to her political representation. This indicates the authors’ reliance of the concept of equality among the two genders. Favouring laws for women become necessary if a nation wants to represent equality and when implemented can bring out a renewed vision of the social structure replacing traditional ancient values. What conclusions could have been derived if the authors were to consider men as the sole authority of a family, and that land ownership to men is assumed to be the land ownership to women? However, the research does not mention clearly
the status of unmarried women and their rights on ancestral land ownership. Women are no doubt an important part of society, but their land rights fulfilment differ vastly in many countries across the world, most of which is because of the country’s traditional culture which dictates the position and conduct of women. The authors are right in concluding that Chinese culture of women’s land ownership is embedded in its traditional, ancient, social and religious beliefs.