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Social Mobility in Post-War Hong Kong: After Getting Ahead
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Authors: Yi-Lee Wong (University Heights, Hong Kong) 
Book Description:
This book is the second volume of a qualitative study of social mobility over three generations in post-war Hong Kong. The family histories and work-life histories of eighty-nine respondents who were middle-aged, middle-class parents teachers, managers and their spouses were collected between 1996 and 1997. This new book examines the processes of social mobility in order to elucidate how social mobility is generated at the micro level and it investigates the consequences of social mobility to show how the system of social stratification can be reproduced or changed over generations. (Imprint: Nova Press)

Table of Contents:
Preface

Part II: Social Mobility in Post-war Hong Kong: After Getting Ahead pp.1-4

Prologue: My Mobility Experience and Aspiration to the Hong Kong Dream pp.5-10

Chapter 9. Paving the Way for the Next Generation pp.11-34

Chapter 10. The Making of the Hong Kong Dream pp.35-54

Chapter 11. Normal Biography: Fulfilling the Expectations of My Parents pp.55-70

Chapter 12. Choice Biography: Taking My Parents by Surprise pp.71-84

Chapter 13. Special Biography: Bringing Glory to My Family pp.85-100

Chapter 14. Emotional Biography: Having My Way of Success pp.101-114

Chapter 15. Summary of Part Two and Implications of this Study
Epilogue: My Obsession with Social Class, Social Inequality, and Social Mobility pp.115-132

Appendix A: Research Design and Data pp.133-142

Appendix B: Fieldwork: Recruitment and Hidden Injuries of Class pp.143-152

Appendix C: Interview Schedule for Respondents pp.153-160

Appendix D: Interview Schedule for Children of Respondents pp.161-162

Appendix E: Invitation Letter for Respondents pp.163-164

Epilogue: My Obsession with Social Class, Social Inequality, and Social Mobility pp.165-166

Acknowledgments pp.167-168

References pp.169-192

Index pp.193-198

   Series:
      Social Justice, Equality and Empowerment
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2011
   Pages: 198.pp
   ISBN: 978-1-61209-676-6
   Status: AV
  
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