|Title||Alternate identities : The Chinese of contemporary Thailand|
|Author||Tong Chee Kiong and Chan Kwok Bun, eds.|
|Imprint||Singapore : Times Academic Press, 2001|
|Descript||329 p. ; 23 cm|
Positionality and alternation: identity of the Chinese of contemporary Thailand -- rethinking assimilation and ethnicity: the Chinese of Thailand -- pigtail: a prehistory of chineseness in Siam -- Chinese identity in Thailand -- Chinese settlers and their role in modern Thailand -- ethnicity and world view in Bangkok -- left behind by the boom: Chinese merchants in provincial Thailand in the era of rapid economic growth -- sino-Thai entrepreneurs and the provincial economies in Thailand -- preservation of ethnic identity and acculturation -- Chinese literacy in a Bangkok Chinese family -- Wang Thong: civic identity and ethnicity in a Thai market town -- sino-Thai ethnic identity: married daughters of China and daughters-in-law of Thailand -- tradition, identity and religious eclecticism among Chinese in Thailand.
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