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Global South Korea and the K-Pop Phenomenon

Global South Korea and the K-Pop Phenomenon   Reference library

Crystal S. Anderson

The Oxford Encyclopedia of Asian American Literature and Culture

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2020
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Society and culture, Literature, Literary theory and cultural studies
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...25–47. Notes 1. Ingyu Oh , “The Globalization of K-Pop: Korea’s Place in the Global Music Industry,” Korea Observer 44, no. 3 (2013): 401. 2. Sangjoon Lee and Abe Mark Nornes , eds., Hallyu 2.0: The Korean Wave in the Age of Social Media (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2015), 5. 3. Eun-mee Kim and Ji-won Ryoo , “South Korean Culture Goes Global: K-Pop and the Korean Wave,” Korean Social Science Journal 34, no. 1 (2007): 132. 4. John Lie , ““What Is the K in K-Pop?: South Korean Popular Music, the Culture Industry, and National...

Korean North Americans in Film and Television

Korean North Americans in Film and Television   Reference library

Eun Joo Kim

The Oxford Encyclopedia of Asian American Literature and Culture

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2020

...to their work and education, emotionally inexpressive, and socially stilted. These presumed traits are already written into many Asian North American characters in films and television shows that, while fictional, are still meant to be situated in reality. However, in many science fiction narratives and action films, this unemotional, untiring, robotic characterization can be made quite literal. Asian North American actors have played a range of technologically enhanced characters, including humans wearing advanced technological gear, humans with...

Print Culture and Censorship from Colonial Latin America to the US Latina/o Presence in the 19TH Century

Print Culture and Censorship from Colonial Latin America to the US Latina/o Presence in the 19TH Century   Reference library

Matthew J. K.Hill

The Oxford Encyclopedia of Latina and Latino Literature

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2020
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...especially based in New Orleans, see Coronado, World ; and Silva Gruesz, Ambassadors . 27. “Aunque la cotización de catecismos y cartillas oscilaba entre 0,2 y 0,4 reales, el valor de los textos era usualmente superior a un peso. La suma era considerable: en 1821, el jornal de un peón ascendía de 3 a 5 pesos al mes, un machete valía 0,6 reales, una azada 1,4 pesos, un telar 3 pesos y un arado 2 pesos.” Iván Molina Jiménez, El que quiera divertirse: Libros y sociedad en Costa Rica (1750–1914) (San Jose: Universidad de Costa Rica, Universidad Nacional,...

The View from Another Shore: An Island-Specific Approach to Literary Criticism

The View from Another Shore: An Island-Specific Approach to Literary Criticism   Reference library

Seri I. Luangphinith

The Oxford Encyclopedia of Asian American Literature and Culture

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2020
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...1.1.2: Census Bureau Quick Facts; Hawaii County and State of Hawaii,” Hawaii County Data Book 2015 , Section 1, General Statistics , 5. 19. The author, as accreditation liaison for the University of Hawaii at Hilo, has compiled educational data in the most recent report to its accrediting agency, WSCUC. See pages 5 and 6 of the 2017 Interim Report . College attainment rates for the island in comparison to the rest of the state can be found in Table 2.7 of the Hawaii County Data Book 2015 , Section 2, Education , 43. https://www.hisbdc.org/Portals/0...

Asian American Theater and Drama from the 1960s to the 1990s

Asian American Theater and Drama from the 1960s to the 1990s   Reference library

Esther Kim Lee

The Oxford Encyclopedia of Asian American Literature and Culture

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2020

...of Plays by Asian American Women . Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 1993. Yew, Chay , ed. Version 3.0: Contemporary Asian American Plays . New York: Theater Communications Group, 2011. Notes 1. Irvin Paik, “The East West Players: The First Ten Years are the Hardest,” Bridge: An Asian American Perspective 5, no. 2 (1977): 14. 2. Frank Ching, “Asian American Actors Fight for Jobs and Image,” New York Times , June 2, 1973, 65. 3. Yuko Kurahashi, Asian American Culture on Stage: The History of the East West Players (New York: Garland,...

The History of Latin American Print Culture in the Colonial Period: 16th and 17th Centuries

The History of Latin American Print Culture in the Colonial Period: 16th and 17th Centuries   Reference library

Blanca López de Mariscal

The Oxford Encyclopedia of Latina and Latino Literature

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2020
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...y letras: en q[ue] se co[n]tiene el catecismo o informacio[n] pa[ra] indios co[n] todo lo principal y necessario q[ue] el c[rist]iano deve saber y obrar , Zumárraga establishes clearly that his text is one of great simplicity, since the reader will not encounter “more science than that which concerns every Christian.” 14 He adds that in matters of faith the desire to believe is more important than being reflective or having profound theological knowledge. Zumárraga considers that the doctrine used in these books is clearer and easier to understand...

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The Oxford Dictionary of Phrase and Fable (2 ed.)

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...2 the noble art (or science) of self-defence boxing. noble gas any of the gaseous elements helium, neon, argon, krypton, xenon, and radon, occupying Group 0 (18) of the periodic table. They were long believed to be totally unreactive but compounds of xenon, krypton, and radon are now known. the noble savage a representative of primitive mankind as idealized in Romantic literature, symbolizing the innate goodness of humanity when free from the corrupting influence of civilization. The phrase itself comes from Dryden's Conquest of Granada ( 1672 ). See...

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