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Exceptional States: Chinese Immigrants and Taiwanese Sovereignty

Exceptional States: Chinese Immigrants and Taiwanese Sovereignty

作者 : Sara L. Friedman

出版社 : UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA PRESS

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中國新移民該如何從台灣尋求國籍認同感?
大量的中國新移民又將對台灣主權產生什麼樣的政治影響?
人類學及性別研究專家闡述來到台灣的中國新移民社會型態的全新面貌

人類學及性別研究專家Sara L. Friedman透過豐富的田野調查資料,長期觀察台灣社會中的中國配偶,來到所謂的「新家」─ 號稱是民主國家的台灣,產生許多對於國籍的不確定及不安全感,這些異鄉人該如何適應多元的台灣社會及從中尋求自我認同。作者透過豐富的民族誌文本,揭露中國新移民對於台灣產生社會、政治及個人家庭的特殊影響及議題。

Sara L. Friedman目前為美國印第安納大學人類學與性別研究副教授。研究專長為性別研究,精通中文的她,長期觀察台灣社會外籍配偶與中國大陸籍配偶等議題。與耶魯大學社會學教授Deborah S. Davis教授合著《Wives, Husbands, and Lovers: Marriage and Sexuality in Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Urban China》,及著有《Intimate Politics: Marriage, the Market, and State Power in Southeastern China》。


Exceptional States examines new configurations of marriage, immigration, and sovereignty emerging in an increasingly mobile Asia where Cold War legacies continue to shape contemporary political struggles over sovereignty and citizenship. Focused on marital immigration from China to Taiwan, the book documents the struggles of these women and men as they seek acceptance and recognition in their new home. Through tracing parallels between the predicaments of Chinese marital immigrants and the uncertain future of the Taiwan nation-state, the book shows how intimate attachments and emotional investments infuse the governmental practices of Taiwanese bureaucrats charged with regulating immigration and producing citizenship and sovereignty. Its attention to a group of immigrants whose exceptional status has become necessary to Taiwan’s national integrity exposes the social, political, and subjective consequences of life on the margins of citizenship and sovereignty.
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