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Transnational Mobility and Identity in and out of Korea - pr_1730963

Transnational Mobility and Identity in and out of Korea


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This volume examines the socio-cultural aspects of transnational mobility of the Korean diaspora across the globe, spanning countries such as Japan, the Philippines, Germany, the US, and the UK. The contributors explore gendered migration, social inclusion and exclusion in homeland and hostland, embodied multiple subjectivities and belonging in historical and contemporary contexts, migrants' work and family, ethnic media consumption, information and communication technology (ICT) in transnational mobility, ethnic return migration, and marriage migration. This work is a strong interdisciplinary and trans-regional study, combining various disciplines such as sociology, gender studies, anthropology, history, theater studies, media and communication studies, and Asian studies.

Product code: 9781498593328

ISBN 9781498593328
No. Of Pages 236
Dimensions (HxWxD in mm) H233xW162xS24
Series Korean Communities across the World
Publisher Lexington Books
Through a series of empirical studies, this edited volume examines socio-cultural aspects of transnational mobility in and out of Korea as well as the process in which overseas Koreans, returnees, and marriage migrants in South Korea gain agency and negotiate multiple identities.