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成为世界主义者?--新西兰新中国移民的根植性,情感与每日多元文化交互

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成为世界主义者?

新西兰新中国移民的根植性,情感与每日多元文化交互

主讲:王炳钰

时间:2016年11月8日星期二16:00

地点:中山大学南校区社会学系楼107室

主讲简介:

王炳钰,奥克兰大学文学院亚洲研究博士主要研究方向为世界移民,多元文化交互,情感,时间以及社会流动。在 “每日世界主义”、“根植世界主义”,“情感与移民” 的理轮框架下,她的博士课题探讨了新西兰新中国移民的社会流动模式、每日文化交互状况、个人情感变化以及长远移民战略的转变历程。多次受邀在重要国际学术会议上进行学术报告。与来自新西兰、澳大利亚的多名移民领域的专家学者合作,她参与完成了多项科研项目。她即将进一步拓展移民研究领域一个崭新的科研方向—用时间和情感来探讨日渐崛起的暂时性移民和学术移民。

SSCI上发表多篇文章,主要文章有:

1“Emotions and cosmopolitan sociability: Barriers and opportunities for intercultural encounters amongst new Chinese migrants in New Zealand” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 42 (1): 88-102 2016SSCI Q1

2、“Becoming Cosmopolitan? Hybridity and Intercultural Encounters amongst 1.5 Generation Chinese Migrants in New Zealand”Ethnic and Racial Studies.2016Advance on line publication. doi: 10.1080/01419870.2016.1171372. SSCI Q2

3、“Emotions and home-making: Performing Cosmopolitan Sociability amongst First Generation New Chinese Migrants in New Zealand.” Asian and Pacific Migration Journal 25(2): 130–147. 2016SSCI Q4

 

 

Abstract

This research takes shape within a growing body of literature on cosmopolitanism that is providing new insights into understanding migration, mobilities, and diversities. It is empirically situated in a context of increasing ethnic diversity in New Zealand, particularly in its largest metropolitan region Auckland. Drawing on in-depth interviews with 80 new Chinese migrants to New Zealand, I first unpack the opportunities and barriers that are involved in the process of them encountering diversity and conducting everyday cosmopolitanism in various kinds of contact zones. Secondly, employing the concept of ‘rooted cosmopolitanism’, I examine how different degrees of sense of rootedness towards China (or New Zealand) interrelate with the strength of cosmopolitan openness to cultural others and the socialising patterns displayed in daily interactions. Lastly, I draw attention to the emotional dimension of cosmopolitanism and migrant mobilities, with a focus on the role of emotions in generating cosmopolitan sociability and building intercultural relations.


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