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Reading the “Korean Wave” as a Sign of Global Shift

@inproceedings{Haejoang2006ReadingT,
  title={Reading the “Korean Wave” as a Sign of Global Shift},
  author={Cho Han Hae‐joang},
  year={2006}
}
In this paper, I examined the discourse surrounding the “Korean Wave,” within South Korea media from 2001 till 2005. The cultural nationalist, the neoliberal, and the postcolonial camps were drawing the discursive terrain of the Korean Wave, sometimes clashing and at other times engaging each other in strategic compromises. The initial diverse discourses congealed and merged in their concentration on economic profit later on, which is indicative of a neoliberal turn in the 2000s Korea. The… 

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