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From Martial Law to Boba: What Is It to be Taiwanese American?

This work looks at the way the Taiwanese American college student's identities are complicated and compounded by the intertwined histories of China and Taiwan. It looks at the historical account of Chinese and Taiwanese history through the understanding of genealogical history. It also analyzes the importance of narrated family accounts and lived experiences of Taiwanese-ness. Lastly, it looks at the development of Taiwanese identity as it is strengthened or weakened through religion, politics, and language.

Identiferoai:union.ndltd.org:CLAREMONT/oai:scholarship.claremont.edu:scripps_theses-1683
Date1 January 2015
CreatorsFields, Jinelle
PublisherScholarship @ Claremont
Source SetsClaremont Colleges
Detected LanguageEnglish
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SourceScripps Senior Theses
Rights© 2015 Jinelle L. Fields, default

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