|aIs Taiwan Chinese? :|bthe impact of culture, power, and migration on changing identities /|cMelissa J. Brown.
|aBerkeley :|bUniversity of California Press,|cc2004.
|axvi, 333 p. :|bill., maps ;|c24 cm.
|aBerkeley series in interdisciplinary studies of China ;|v2
|aIncludes bibliographical references (p. 279-301) and index.
|aWhat's in a name? : culture, identity, and the "Taiwan problem" -- Where did the aborigines go? : reinstating plains aborigines in Taiwan's history -- "We savages didn't bind feet" : culture, colonial intervention, and long-route identity change -- "Having a wife is better than having a god" : ancestry, governmental power, and short-route identity change -- "They came with their hands tied behind their backs" : forced migrations, identity changes, and state classification in Hubei -- Theory and the politics of reunification : understanding past choices and future options.