New Publication: "'We Are Not Family! We Are Just Their Social Workers!' Belonging and Becoming in Professionalized Care Encounters of Vietnamese Berlin"
News from Jun 19, 2023
To belong often involves the performance of burdensome obligations, the sacrifice or suppression of personal desires for the collective good and the demand for demonstrating lifelong loyalty. Belonging may also entail hidden threats, risks and pressures that lurk in the corners of familiarity. These are the key aspects that The Price of Belonging explores in detail by bringing together nine original ethnographic case studies from across Asia and the Asian diaspora. By shedding light on the adverse facets of belonging, the book challenges its overly idealistic depictions and offers a differentiated look at this social practice.
Series: Social Sciences in Asia, Edition: 43