Author: Hung-Chieh Chang
Title: Half-blood Princes and Princesses: Identities among Children of New Immigrant Women in Taiwan
In the age of global capitalism, the children of new immigrant women are a growing group. What are the social relationships and identities of children of new immigrant women? This paper discusses some of the relevant literature, various theories and concepts developed in connection with the sociology of childhood, and how these might be usefully developed to explore the lives and experiences of children of new immigrant women from China and Vietnam in Taiwan.