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We are pleased to announce the publication of a new book by Mark Fifer Seilhamer entitled Gender, Neoliberalism and Distinction Through Linguistic Capital: Taiwanese Narratives of Struggle and Strategy. The book presents the narratives of four Taiwanese young women, all proficient in English, set against the background of the dynamics of multilingualism in Taiwan. It chronicles their strategies and struggles when utilizing cultural goods – in this case their linguistic resources – to differentiate themselves within Taiwanese society.

For more information, take a look at this flyer.

For a limited time, Multilingual Matters is offering a 75% discount on the book using the discount code below.