Living Dead in the Pacific: Contested Sovereignty and Racism in Genetic Research on Taiwan Aborigines
By: Mark Munsterhjelm (author)Hardback
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Living Dead in the Pacific will appeal to a range of students and scholars in the fields of sociology, bioethics, Indigenous studies, East Asian studies, and communication.
Mark Munsterhjelm teaches in the Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminology at the University of Windsor.
1 Taiwan Aborigines' Genes as Black Boxes 2 Aboriginal Peoples' Genes as Narrated and Contested Assemblages 3 Imposing Genetic Distinctions: Aboriginal Peoples and Alcoholism in Genetics Research 4 Informed Consent in the Austronesian Homeland 5 Were the Maori "Made in Taiwan"? 6 Internet Shopping Carts and Patenting Taiwan's "Gift to the World" 7 Conclusion: The Agency of the Living Dead in Contested Sovereignty Notes; References; Index
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