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This research provides an empirical assessment of the relationship between places of socialization and ethnic self-identity preferences among Asian immigrants in the US from separate parts of a politically divided homeland. Does place of socialization influence the (sub)ethnic self-identity of...
Despite that the Chinese in the Caribbean, unlike Africans or East Indians, is vaguely impressive in terms of racial and social impact; their stance and viewpoint are quite unique and insightful. Willi Chen and Jan Lowe Shinebourne, representing Chinese Caribbean Diaspora, are impressive enough...
The paper argues that a project to re-member China lies embedded in The Monster that Is History as Wang examines the monstrous violence which ravages modern China through the lenses of fiction. Through the alchemy of what the author calls ‘diasporic ambivalence’, it finally assumes the form of...
Diaspora studies have grown in importance in the modern world as world travel and relocation have become more feasible; as the numbers of persecuted peoples and those seeking exile or new beginnings in new lands has increased; as globalization has created new classes of diaspora movement based...
This research note attempts to probe how contemporary racism has evolved to replace physical characteristics with cultural traits by examining the notion of model minority in America. The analysis begins by positing that this notion manifests a problematic deployment of cultural differences. A...
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