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Introduction: The State of the Field of Taiwan Studies

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Affiliations: 1: Distinguished Research Fellow, Institute of Sociology, Academia Sinica; Professor of Sociology, National Taiwan University and National Sun Yat-sen University; Chair Professor of Hakka Studies, National Central University, Taiwan michael@gate.sinica.edu.tw ; 2: Reader in Comparative Politics, Department of Politics and International Studies, and Director of the Centre of Taiwan Studies, School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London, UK, df2@soas.ac.uk

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1. Chang Doris T. (2009) Women’s Movements in Twentieth Century Taiwan , Urbana and Chicago: University of Illinois Press.
2. Fell Dafydd, (2009) ‘"Introduction"’, in Fell Dafydd (ed), The Politics of Modern Taiwan , London: Routledge, 121.
3. Keng Shu,; Schubert Gunter,; and Lin Emmy Rui-hua, (2013) ‘"Taiwan and globalization: Reflections on the trajectory of Taishang studies"’, in Fell Dafydd,, Chiu Kuei-fen,, and Lin Ping (eds), Migration to and from Taiwan , London: Routledge, 2541.
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7. Tseng Yen-fen, and Lin Ping, (2013) ‘"Through the looking glass: Migration into and out of Taiwan"’, in Fell Dafydd,, Chiu Kuei-fen,, and Lin Ping (eds), Migration to and from Taiwan , London: Routledge, 1224.
8. Wu Yu-shan (2000) ‘"Theorizing on relations across the Taiwan Strait: None contending approaches"’, Journal of Contemporary China Vol 9(25): 407428.
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