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Shanghai la la : Zhongguo du shi nü tong zhi she qun yu zheng zhi / Jin Yelu zhu ; Liao Aiwan yi
上海拉拉 : 中國都市女同志社群與政治 / 金曄路著 ; 廖愛晚譯
Bib ID 6807901
Format BookBook [text, volume]
Author
Kam, Lucetta Yip Lo, author
金曄路, author
 
Uniform Title Shanghai lalas. Chinese
Description Xianggang : Xianggang da xue chu ban she, 2014 
©2014 
香港 : 香港大學出版社, 2014 
xv, 114 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm 
ISBN 9789888208609
9888208608
Series

Queer Asia.

Notes

Revision of the author's thesis (doctoral)

Includes bibliographical references (pages [101]-110) and index.

Subjects Lesbians -- China -- Shanghai -- Social conditions.  |  Bisexual women -- China -- Shanghai -- Social conditions.  |  Transgender people -- China -- Shanghai -- Social conditions.  |  Homophobia -- China.
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Zhongguo du shi nü tong zhi she qun yu zheng zhi

中國都市女同志社群與政治

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