By Yang Hu
Exploring how humans negotiate and reconcile, build and re-construct their specific gender and ethnic identities in a cross-cultural context, Hu examines what occurs whilst exact cultures meet on the intimate interface of marriage and kinfolk. Chinese-British Intermarriage finds how gender and ethnic identities intersect in specific methods in shaping the lived reports of intermarried undefined. during the kaleidoscope of first-generation Chinese-British inter-ethnic households within the united kingdom, the ebook brings jointly kinfolk, gender, migration and ethnic reviews, reflecting on ongoing social strategies reminiscent of individualisation and globalisation.
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