Unmaking Race and Ethnicity
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I believe that they would find value in the book'sfresh approach to helping instructors teach ethhnicity and ethnic oppression in America and on a global level. Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. By Claire Wintle.
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This dissertation examines the production and reception of pan-ethnic identities and group relations of three Chinese migrant groups PRC-Chinese, Taiwanese, and Hong Kongese in Australia. In Australia, the ambiguity of the Chinese status not only leads to complicated situations with political and cultural tensions among people from China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong, it also influences the race relations between Chinese and Australians. Nor have studies discussed whether, how, and to what degree national and pan-ethnic identities become stronger or weaker in different social settings job-finding, workplace, community, and social life , nor how they shape and transform national identities and group relations among PRC-Chinese, Taiwanese, and Hong Kongese. In other words, this dissertation explores differences in the interpretation of Hua-Ren identity within shifting contexts. I argue that pan-ethnicity is neither shaped voluntarily nor imposed by the mainstream society. Instead, it is a matter of what people subjectively interpret or believe about differences or not within shifting contexts. In sum, this dissertation theorizes the formation and block of overseas Chinese identity, as well as what conditions favoring national or pan-ethnic identity.