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Transnational lives in China: Expatriates in a globalizing city

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Increasing numbers of people from Western nations are leaving home to work within the developing economies of Asia. Here, Angela Lehmann explores a second-tier city in China and uses sociological theory to understand the impact of global mobility on identity, community and belonging.

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Lehmann, A. (2014). Transnational lives in China: Expatriates in a globalizing city. Transnational Lives in China: Expatriates in a Globalizing City (pp. 1–171). Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1057/9781137319159

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