Taiwanese Migrants and Apartheid: Learning About and Making Sense of Racial and Racist Discourse and Practices in Apartheid South Africa
Pre- and post-migration "race" concepts, ideas and experiences of a sample of Taiwanese migrants in Apartheid South Africa.
||Race Discourse, Apartheid, Taiwanese Migrants, Taiwanese Migrants and Apartheid, Taiwanese Migrants and Race Discourse
International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations, Volume 5, Issue 3, pp.153-162.
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Pai Yu-Hua is a Taiwanese migrant to South Africa who has studied sociology in Taiwan and South Africa.
Associate Professor in the Department of Sociology at the University of Cape Town, South Africa. Editor of the South African Sociological Association's official journal "Society in Transition" from 1999-2004. Have served as president of the SA Sociological Association and been on the council for many years. Main teaching interests are: Social theory, philosophy of social science, research methods, and cognitive sociology. Main research interests are: social theory; human biology and culture; the sociology of the body; migration and cognitive change.
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