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The 2008 Candlelight Protest in South Korea: Articulating the Paradox of Resistance in Neoliberal Globalization

@inproceedings{Pang2013The2C,
  title={The 2008 Candlelight Protest in South Korea: Articulating the Paradox of Resistance in Neoliberal Globalization},
  author={Huikyong Pang},
  year={2013}
}
My dissertation is a speculative analysis of the historical contexts of a social protest, based on the notion of "articulation" advanced in the field of cultural studies. Focusing on the 2008 candlelight protest against U.S. beef in South Korea, my goal is to explore the historical contexts of the protest, which formulate the identity of the protest. Since the U.S. beef deal was approved by the Korean government as a precondition for the Free Trade Agreement between Korea and the United States… 

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