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Title: Cultural identities of children of Chinese migrants in spain : a critical evaluation of the category 1.5 generation
Authors: Robles-Llana, P 
Keywords: 1.5 generation
Cultural identity
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: Psychology Press, Taylor & Francis Group
Source: Identity, 2018, v. 18, no. 2, p. 124-140 How to cite?
Journal: Identity 
Abstract: The term 1.5 generation has broadly been used to refer to individuals who migrate in childhood or adolescence. It has served as a distinction from the first generation, who voluntarily migrated in adulthood, and from the second generation, born in the host society. The experiences and cultural identities of 1.5-generation children have generally been described as located in between two worlds. However, the present qualitative study conducted among 1.5-generation Chinese living in Spain does not support these views. It shows that some children feel unequivocally Chinese, while the experiences of others reflect much more nuance and complexity that resists categorization. A dialogical perspective is proposed as a multilayered and intersectional approach from which to explore these identities.
ISSN: 1528-3488
EISSN: 1532-706X
DOI: 10.1080/15283488.2018.1447481
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