6-17 CCCH9016 6GDM - The University of Hong Kong Department...

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The University of Hong Kong Department of Sociology (CCCH9016) Dr. Beatrice Oi-yeung Lam 29/10/2016 1
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Introduction to Guest Lecture 2
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5 Wai Wai (2015) CCCH9016 Lecture
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Why is diversity needed in a global city? 7
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8 Google (3 rd ) Nike (6 th ) Apple (10 th )
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11 As of June 26, 2015: 23 countries have legalized same-sex marriage (LGBTQ nation)
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A ‘Chinese’ taboo?? 12
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13 ‘Traditions’ of marriage and the family have changed across time and space.
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14 Since 1971
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A matter of citizenship rights: Implications for Hong Kong’s status as a global city? 16
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Assumptions of citizenship? ‘traditions’ of gender heterosexuality Sexual rights as human rights? (conduct-based, identit y-based and relationship based rights) (Richardson 200 0) Hong Kong: 1990 the Bill of Rights 1991 the decriminalization of sodomy 1991-1997 normalization and assimilation: Gay, Les, TB, TBG… class matters? private bills on prohibition/ criminalization of discrimination against l esbian and gay persons were vetoed (1994/1996) 17
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