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Early Fatherhood among Returnees in Hong Kong: Spousal Relations, Child-rearing and Work (RGC-FDS 2014-17 )

Dr. NGAN Lok Sun, Lucille

Return migrants now constitute a significant proportion of Hong Kong’s migrant population as there has been a high rate of repatriation of skilled, professional middle-class migrants who emigrated as children to Western countries before the 1997 handover.

This study examines the fatherhood experiences of second–generation return migrants through exploring their negotiation of work, spousal relations and child-rearing within the context of the family.

BSS Asian Studies HSUHK – 香港恒生大學 社會科學系 亞洲研究

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