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'Do you have children?': how common greetings in Asian communities can feel loaded with stigma for women

By Nelly Martin-Anatias, Lecturer of Academic English at Massey University College, Massey University
Sharyn Graham Davies, Associate Professor of Social Sciences, Monash University
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What might seem like ‘normal’ social greetings among many Asian communities can be felt as stigmatising for unmarried and childless women.The Conversation


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