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Transnational migration, media and identity of Asian women

Youna Kim

Transnational migration, media and identity of Asian women

diasporic daughters

by Youna Kim

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Published by Routledge in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Case studies,
  • Group identity,
  • Women immigrants

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [151]-166) and index.

    StatementYouna Kim
    SeriesRoutledge research in gender and society -- 30
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsJV6347 .K55 2011
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 169 p. ;
    Number of Pages169
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25353879M
    ISBN 109780415890380
    LC Control Number2011020539

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      To shed light on the complex articulations between gender, marriage, and migration in a globalized world, the present chapter outlines theoretical and empirical perspectives on transnational marriage migration, with an emphasis on marriage migration within Asia (Vietnam to South Korea and Taiwan) and to North America (Canada).Cited by: 1. Transnational feminism refers to both a contemporary feminist paradigm and the corresponding activist movement. Both the theories and activist practices are concerned with how globalization and capitalism affect people across nations, races, genders, classes, and sexualities. This movement asks to critique the ideologies of traditional white, classist, western models of .

    In this respect, Media, Erotics, and Transnational Asiamarks a novel approach to transnational Asia and its media culture. This book comprises 10 engaging essays on mediated erotics in transnational Asia, along with an original introduction by the editors. The essays present not only a wide geographic scope across Asia and Asian diasporas, but. A/Prof Fran Martin Enquiries Contact Migration, And Transnational Media Between Asia And Australia - Completed The Role Of Lifestyle Television In Transforming Culture, Citizenship And Selfhood: Australia, China, Taiwan, Singapore And India Transnational Migration, Media and Identity of Asian Women: Diasporic Daughters.


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Why do women move. What are the actual conditions of their. Her books are Women, Television and Everyday Life in Korea: Journeys of Hope (, Routledge); Media Consumption and Everyday Life in Asia (, Routledge); Transnational Migration, Media and Identity of Asian Women: Diasporic Daughters (, Routledge); Women and the Media in Asia: The Precarious Self (, Palgrave Macmillan); Global.

Transnational Migration, Media and Identity of Asian Women It considers the highly visible, fastest growing, yet little studied phenomenon of women's transnational migration and the role of the media in everyday life, offering detailed empirical data on the nature of the women's diaspora.

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Transnationalism and identity are concepts that inherently call for juxtaposition. This is so because many peoples' transnational networks of exchange and participation are grounded upon some perception of common identity; conversely, the identities of numerous individuals and groups of people are negotiated within social worlds that span more than one Cited by:   Her books are Women, Television and Everyday Life in Korea: Journeys of Hope (, Routledge); Media Consumption and Everyday Life in Asia (, Routledge); Transnational Migration, Media and Identity of Asian Women: Diasporic Daughters (, Routledge); Women and the Media in Asia: The Precarious Self (, Palgrave Macmillan); .Mixtec transnational migration is the phenomenon whereby Mixtec people have migrated between Mexico and the United States, for over three generations.

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