By Jolan Hsieh
This ebook examines, via in-depth interviews, questionnaires, box observations, and research of governmental and United international locations records, the views of these at once keen on the move, in addition to these laid low with "indigenous" prestige attractiveness. research of the PingPu Indigenous move is extremely important because it publicly broadcasts Taiwanese Indigenous population's humanity and collective rights and offers a extra finished research of identity-based events as a primary type of collective human rights claims.
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Collective Rights of Indigenous Peoples: Identity-Based Movement of Plain Indigenous in Taiwan (Indigenous Peoples and Politics) by Jolan Hsieh