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DATE

2014

AUTHORS

Carmen Lau-Clayton

ABSTRACT

Due to the lack of current knowledge regarding contemporary British Chinese families, and the over-reliance upon Chinese cultural values in explaining the nature of such households, the argument of this book was for a more holistic exploration of UK Chinese families. In exploring the complex and varied lives of contemporary British Chinese parents and children, 12 British Chinese families, based in the North of England, were invited to take part in an ESRC (Real Life Methods Node) funded doctorate study concerning the new generation of UK Chinese households. Three qualitative interviews were conducted with each parent and child in one family, which was either face-to-face or conducted via the telephone, over a nine-month period. By speaking to British Chinese parents and children, current accounts of parenting approaches, agency of the child and parent— child intimacy were revealed from both perspectives. Additionally, by speaking to parents about their own childhood memories, their recollections of family life offered insights into their own behaviours and belief systems as parents now. More... »

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150-166

Book

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British Chinese Families

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978-1-349-43928-7
978-1-137-02661-3

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