Where is Taiwanese identity?

Harrison, M. 2007. Where is Taiwanese identity? in: Storm, C. and Harrison, M. (ed.) The margins of becoming: identity and culture in Taiwan Wiesbaden, Germany Harrassowitz. pp. 241-254

Chapter titleWhere is Taiwanese identity?
AuthorsHarrison, M.
EditorsStorm, C. and Harrison, M.
Book titleThe margins of becoming: identity and culture in Taiwan
Page range241-254
Year2007
PublisherHarrassowitz
Publication dates
Published2007
Place of publicationWiesbaden, Germany
ISBN9783447054546

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