By Ms Leonard Pauline
Expatriate Identities in Postcolonial organisations deals a well timed and modern dialogue of the function of enterprises in keeping or tough constructions and cultures in response to racism and discrimination. It bargains a key exploration of the relatives among whiteness, identification and association in migratory contexts.
It delves into the reports of expatriates in Hong Kong and the ways that new identities are built within the locations of migration through exploring the renegotiation of white identities and racialized relationships, and the level to which colonial imaginations nonetheless tell modern organizations.
By drawing on current theoretical and empirical fabric on post-colonialism, identity-making, privileged migration, relocation, transnational paintings and companies, this quantity brings disparate discussions jointly in a brand new and available means. it's going to attract more than a few sociology students in addition to to these operating within the fields of migration, gender stories, and cultural geography.
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Expatriate Identities in Postcolonial Organizations: Working Whiteness (Studies in Migration and Diaspora) by Ms Leonard Pauline