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Queer/Tongzhi China: New Perspectives on Research, Activism, and Media Cultures ed. by Elisabeth L. Engebretsen and William F. Schroeder (review)

Queer/Tongzhi China: New Perspectives on Research, Activism, and Media Cultures ed. by Elisabeth... Reviews 133 interaction. As an exploratory/pilot assessment, we can take it as a proposal for developing a large scale standardized procedure for future research. 2. Yan-Ling Chen and H. Lin, "A Comparative Survey on Linguistic Life of Bilingual Students of Urban and Rural Areas in Quanzhou," Yuyan Wenzi Yingyong/Applied Linguistics 1 (2013): 72­79. 3. Relevant studies are summarized in Norbert Francis, Bilingual Development and Literacy Learning: East Asian and International Perspectives (Hong Kong: City University of Hong Kong Press, 2013). 4. Deborah Beaser, "The Outlook for Taiwanese Language Preservation," Sino-Platonic Papers, no. 172 (2006): 1­18. Yu-Chang Liu, Johan Gijsena, and Chung-Yin Tsai, "An Empirical Evaluation of Ethnolinguistic Vitality and Language Loss: The Case of Southern Min in Taiwan," Folia Linguistica 47 (2013): 425­447. Elisabeth L. Engebretsen and William F. Schroeder, editors. Queer/Tongzhi China: New Perspectives on Research, Activism, and Media Cultures. Copenhagen: Nordic Institute of Asian Studies Press, 2015. xiii, 274 pp. Hardcover £50, isbn 978-87-7694-153-6. Paperback £19.99, isbn 978-877694-155-0. In the past three decades, China's rapid development has significantly reshaped its internal social articulations of gender and sexuality, including same-sex intimacies. Recent years have witnessed the flourishing of English-language scholarship on queer Chinese studies, and Queer/Tongzhi China http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png China Review International University of Hawai'I Press

Queer/Tongzhi China: New Perspectives on Research, Activism, and Media Cultures ed. by Elisabeth L. Engebretsen and William F. Schroeder (review)

China Review International , Volume 21 (2) – Nov 28, 2014

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Reviews 133 interaction. As an exploratory/pilot assessment, we can take it as a proposal for developing a large scale standardized procedure for future research. 2. Yan-Ling Chen and H. Lin, "A Comparative Survey on Linguistic Life of Bilingual Students of Urban and Rural Areas in Quanzhou," Yuyan Wenzi Yingyong/Applied Linguistics 1 (2013): 72­79. 3. Relevant studies are summarized in Norbert Francis, Bilingual Development and Literacy Learning: East Asian and International Perspectives (Hong Kong: City University of Hong Kong Press, 2013). 4. Deborah Beaser, "The Outlook for Taiwanese Language Preservation," Sino-Platonic Papers, no. 172 (2006): 1­18. Yu-Chang Liu, Johan Gijsena, and Chung-Yin Tsai, "An Empirical Evaluation of Ethnolinguistic Vitality and Language Loss: The Case of Southern Min in Taiwan," Folia Linguistica 47 (2013): 425­447. Elisabeth L. Engebretsen and William F. Schroeder, editors. Queer/Tongzhi China: New Perspectives on Research, Activism, and Media Cultures. Copenhagen: Nordic Institute of Asian Studies Press, 2015. xiii, 274 pp. Hardcover £50, isbn 978-87-7694-153-6. Paperback £19.99, isbn 978-877694-155-0. In the past three decades, China's rapid development has significantly reshaped its internal social articulations of gender and sexuality, including same-sex intimacies. Recent years have witnessed the flourishing of English-language scholarship on queer Chinese studies, and Queer/Tongzhi China

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