Auteur Jessica Walton researches issues on multiculturalism, identity and racism. Her recent book is titled Korean Adoptees and Tr...
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Jessica Walton researches issues on multiculturalism, identity and racism. Her recent book is titled Korean Adoptees and Transnational Adoption: Embodiment and Emotion.
Anita Harris specialises in youth citizenship. Her books include Young People and Everyday Multiculturalism and Future Girl.
Koichi Iwabuchi works on diversity and cultural citizenship. He is the author of Resilient Borders and Cultural Diversity: Internationalism, Brand Nationalism, and Multiculturalism in Japan.
Résumé This book focuses on the empirical, theoretical and methodological considerations of using an everyday multiculturalism approach to explore the ordinary ways people live together in difference in the Asian region while also drawing attention to increasing trans-Asian mobilities.
Introduction: everyday multiculturalism in/across Asia
Jessica Walton, Anita Harris and Koichi Iwabuchi
1Malaysia? Young people and everyday multiculturalism in multiracialized Malaysia
Anita Harris and Alan Han
The limits of "multiculturalism without diversity": multi-ethnic students and the negotiation of "difference" in South Korean schools
Everyday multiculturalism in union: power construction in migrant domestic workers' unionism
Raees Begum Baig
Multicultural encounters in Singapore's nursing homes: a care ethics approach
Shirlena Huang and Brenda S.A. Yeoh
Iphones and "African gangs": everyday racism and ethno-transnational media in Melbourne's Chinese student world
Humour at work: conviviality through language play in Singapore's multicultural workplaces