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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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Subject Reference
Current Version:
2020
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Society and culture, Literature, Literary theory and cultural studies
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6,814 words
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...Economic Miracle, 1962–1989.” Australasian Economic History 43, no. 3 (2003): 256–286. Jung, Sun , and Yukie Hirata . “Conflicting Desires: K-Pop Idol Girl Group Flows in Japan in the Era of Web 2.0.” ejcjs 12, no. 2 (2012). Kim, Jeong-mee . “ Why Does Hallyu Matter? The Significance of the Korea Wave in South Korea .” Critical Studies in Television 2, no. 2 (2007): 47–59. Kim, Jung . “The Political Logic of Economic Crisis in South Korea.” Asian Survey 45, no. 3 (2005): 453–474. Kwon, Seung-ho , and Joseph Kim . “ The Cultural Industry Policies...

Contemporary Asian American Art

Contemporary Asian American Art   Reference library

Laura Kina

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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12,679 words
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...San Francisco Art Institute. 44 Beginning with his early works such as his 1969 “Tat2” ( Figure 9 ), in which he inked a Maori-inspired tattoo across a photograph of his face, Villa engaged indigenous, non-Western, and Western art forms with Filipina/o subjectivity. He also fostered a critical dialogue and scholarship on multicultural art. From 1976 to 2013 , he organized “Worlds in Collision”—“an iconic series of exhibitions, symposia, curricula, publications, and web projects” that addressed “multiculturalism, education, activism, and identity politics...

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