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The chosŏnjok as a marginalized diaspora in south korea

Title
The chosŏnjok as a marginalized diaspora in south korea
Authors
Lee M.Choi E.
Ewha Authors
최은봉
SCOPUS Author ID
최은봉scopus
Issue Date
2019
Journal Title
Taiwanese Political Science Review
ISSN
1027-0221JCR Link
Citation
Taiwanese Political Science Review vol. 23, no. 2, pp. 197 - 237
Keywords
ChosŏnjokMarginalized diasporaMigrationOverseas Koreans ActTransformative national identity
Publisher
Taiwanese Political Science Association
Indexed
SCOPUS scopus
Document Type
Article
Abstract
This paper examines the situation of the Chosŏnjok (Korean Chinese) in South Korea. We developed the term marginalized di aspora, whi ch we defi ne as a di aspori c group t hat has experienced marginalization from the local people or government after migration. The Chosŏnjok is a marginalized diaspora with distinct characteristics in terms of diasporic return. In this paper, marginalized diaspora is used to describe how the Chosŏnjok have suffered economic, social, and political marginalization in South Korea. In addition, we discuss how the institutions and legal system are apathetic toward the Chosŏnjok, mass media present negative representations, and the Chosŏnjok’s fragmented identities appear as a result of institutional underdevelopment and the rapid spread of a negative public image. Consequently, we conclude with the suggestion that the present marginalized situation of the Chosŏnjok in South Korea must be reexamined. © 2019, Taiwanese Political Science Association. All rights reserved.
DOI
10.6683/TPSR.201912_23(2).0005
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