TO BE “EMPLACED”: FUZHOUNESE MIGRATION AND THE POLITICS OF DESTINATION

@article{Chu2006TOB,
  title={TO BE “EMPLACED”: FUZHOUNESE MIGRATION AND THE POLITICS OF DESTINATION},
  author={J. Chu},
  journal={Identities},
  year={2006},
  volume={13},
  pages={395 - 425}
}
  • J. Chu
  • Published 2006
  • Sociology
  • Identities
  • This article offers an exploration of what it means to be “emplaced” amidst the various spatial and temporal streams currently flowing through an emigrant village in the Fuzhou countryside along the southeast coast of China. These flows include both transnational currents resulting from two decades of mass emigration via human smuggling networks to the United States and other foreign destinations as well as national and translocal currents driven in part by Post-Mao reforms for market… CONTINUE READING
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