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Multiplicity within singularity: racial categorization and recognizing "mixed race" in Singapore

Multiplizität in der Singularität: rassische Kategorisierung und die Anerkennung von "Mischrassen" in Singapur
[Zeitschriftenartikel]

Rocha, Zarine L.

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Abstract 'Race' and racial categories play a significant role in everyday life and state organization in Singapore. While multiplicity and diversity are important characteristics of Singaporean society, Singapore's multiracial ideology is firmly based on separate, racialized groups, leaving little room for racial projects reflecting more complex identifications. This article explores national narratives of race, culture and belonging as they have developed over time, used as a tool for the state, and re-emerging in discourses of hybridity and 'double-barrelled' racial identifications. Multiracialism, as a maintained structural feature of Singaporean society, is both challenged and reinforced by new understandings of hybridity and older conceptions of what it means to be 'mixed race' in a (post-)colonial society. Tracing the temporal thread of racial categorization through a lens of mixedness, this article places the Singaporean case within emerging work on hybridity and recognition of 'mixed race'. It illustrates how state-led understandings of race and 'mixed race' describe processes of both continuity and change, with far-reaching practical and ideological impacts.
Thesaurusschlagwörter Singapore; Southeast Asia; ethnic relations; ethnic group; ethnic origin; ethnic structure; ethnicity; multicultural society; diversification
Klassifikation Bevölkerung
Methode deskriptive Studie
Freie Schlagwörter Sociology; Political Science; Singapore; race; ethnicity; ideology; 1819-2011
Sprache Dokument Englisch
Publikationsjahr 2011
Seitenangabe S. 95-131
Zeitschriftentitel Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs, 30 (2011) 3
ISSN 1868-4882
Status Veröffentlichungsversion; begutachtet (peer reviewed)
Lizenz Creative Commons - Namensnennung, Nicht kommerz., Keine Bearbeitung
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